History YMMV / Minutemen

22nd Jul '17 11:55:58 PM bt8257
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* MemeticMutation: Mike Watt's flannel. Later on, this was sort of referenced by [=fIREHOSE=]'s ''Flyin' the Flannel'', which fittingly featured a closeup of a flannel shirt on the cover.

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* MemeticMutation: Mike Watt's flannel. Later on, this was sort of referenced by [=fIREHOSE=]'s ''Flyin' the Flannel'', which fittingly featured a closeup of a flannel shirt on the cover.
22nd Jul '17 5:27:05 PM bt8257
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* BlackSheepHit[=/=]SignatureSong: Thanks to Series/{{Jackass}}, their most well-known song is "Corona", the show's [[RealSongThemeTune theme song]], which has more of a polka feel than their usual punk/post-punk output.

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* BlackSheepHit[=/=]SignatureSong: Thanks to Series/{{Jackass}}, ''Series/{{Jackass}}'', their most well-known song is "Corona", the show's [[RealSongThemeTune theme song]], which has more of a polka feel than their usual punk/post-punk output.



* MemeticMutation: Mike Watt's flannel. Later on, this was sort of referenced by [=fIREHOSE=]'s ''Flyin' The Flannel'', which fittingly featured a closeup of a flannel shirt on the cover.

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* MemeticMutation: Mike Watt's flannel. Later on, this was sort of referenced by [=fIREHOSE=]'s ''Flyin' The the Flannel'', which fittingly featured a closeup of a flannel shirt on the cover.
22nd Jul '17 2:43:11 PM bt8257
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* BlackSheepHit[=/=]SignatureSong: Thanks to Series/{{Jackass}}, their most well-known song is "Corona", the show's [[RealSongThemeTune theme song]], which has more of a polka feel than their usual punk/post-punk output.
* MorePopularSpinoff: George Hurley, Mike Watt, and D. Boon were initially in a band called The Reactionaries, which was essentially Minutemen with Martin Tamburovich on lead vocals.
* MemeticMutation: Mike Watt's flannel. Later on, this was sort of referenced by [=fIREHOSE=]'s ''Flyin' The Flannel'', which fittingly featured a closeup of a flannel shirt on the cover.
* SampledUp: "Get Out" by Music/{{Sublime}} samples the drum intro to "It's Expected I'm Gone". The drum part to Music/{{Nirvana}}'s "Scentless Apprentice" is also suspiciously similar. The drum part was used yet again by Pinback in their song "Hurley", named after George Hurley.
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