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So since it is Throw Back Thursday, I thought I dig out some of the greatness from my childhood. Long before I was a radio star, I was a drummer in the moderately interesting band from Revere call, Average 6. Average 6, ah yes, the average size of a penis. A name that 4 16 year old boys found very amusing. Our first name was Accident Prone, but changed it when we found out that was already another bands name and we might make it big some day and cant have the same name. Yea that didn’t happen, but we changed the name anyways. 84 sheep dog, yes….. Why you ask? Well we loved Dumb and Dumber and we were born in 84. We were then Load 84, as in Bust a load and 84 again. We settled on Average 6 on a 3 way call one night in Feb of 2001. Over the next 15 years, we recorded a few songs there and there and I thought today I would celebrate our catalog for you, enjoy and have a good laugh.

Late to Logan Project – 2008-Present

The Saddest Song – 2008

After a long relationship is over, and the initial feeling of the end is gone, thoughts and anticipation of what could of been set in. Written and Recorded one weekday morning in about 45 minutes, its a sad song and now its over.

Late to Logan – “The Saddest Song”

That’s What She Said – 2008

Not really giving a crap about what people think. Its your life and you live it the way you should and want to. Advice is given as a suggestions not the way it should be.

Late to Logan – “that’s what she said”

Feelings Glow – 2005

Written after a brief relationship that had potential at first, but due to circumstances, bad timing and low confidence to make the situation work, nothing ever blossomed. Looking back on this event, a girl who’s friend I dated years prior, and the nights on the phone, long car rides to visit and the eventual let down and crash of the situation,

Late to Logan – “feelings glow”

Arty & Joe Project – 2003, 2004, 2012

The Yellow Jeep – 2012

A song written and recorded with friends Joe and Josh, one Saturday night in my Everett Ma apartment soon after the ending of the life of my yellow jeep that I had since 2001. A vehicle that most who knew me, was familiar with. A song that talks about adventures of the car and all the things we seen together before it died. A fun loving and song that shows a relationship between owner and car.

Arty & Joe Project- “Yellow Jeep”

Teenage Romance – 2003

Arty & Joe Project- “Teenage Romance”

Summer 04 – 2004

Your a kid in love and here is the song for you. Think you know what love is about? you have no clue and as a 20 something writing this, it is pretty clear what we all thought was once the way has turned out not to be such.

Arty & Joe Project- “Summer 04”

How Do You Like Me Know – 2004

Every fall in love in the summer? yup, here is your song. before the days of facebook and myspace, we had phone numbers and maybe an AOL screen name. other then that, if you didn’t get that number you may of never seen her again.

Arty & Joe Project- “How Do You Like Me Know”

Average 6 – 2000-2003

Cheeseburger Song – 2000

Average 6- “Cheesburger Song”

Dark Day 2000

Average 6- “Dark Day”

Cheerleader Song – 2000

Average 6- “Cheerleader Song”

Damn It – 2000

Average 6- “Damn It”

Waiting (Live) – 2001

Average 6- “Waiting” Live

Summer (Live) – 2001

Average 6- “Summer” Live

Cheerleader Song (Live) – 2001

Average 6- “Cheerleader Song” Live

Dreamer – 2001

Average 6- “Dreamer”

Load 84 / 84 Sheep Dog – 1999-2000

Procrastinator – 1999

Load 84 – “Procrastinator”

Zips – 1999

Load 84 – “Zips”

Load – 1999

Load 84 – “Load”

That’s What She Said – 1999

Load 84 – “That’s What She Said”

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