Post-punk folksinger Wally Pleasant takes a humorous stance on the subjects of his many songs, including Ted Nugent, grandmas addicted to bingo, and late nights at Denny's. Based in East Lansing, Michigan, Pleasant debuted in 1992 on Miranda Records with the mostly stripped-down acoustic Songs About Stuff in 1992, but added bandmembers for the following year's Welcome to Pleasantville and third album Houses of the Holy Moly, which became his most popular in 1994, thanks to the regional hit, "Alternateen." Wally World, released in 1996, returned Pleasant to his acoustic roots. ~ John BushPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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