Music from the Adventures of Pete & Pete is a studio album by the band Polaris, a one-off project involving members of the late 1980s and early 1990s band Miracle Legion. It features twelve songs composed by the band for the cult Nickelodeon television series, The Adventures of Pete & Pete. The album remains the only full-length release by Polaris. The album is dedicated to "Astrochimp Ham & Spacedog Laika".
Always known as the house band for The Adventures of Pete & Pete. Muggy, Jersey, and Harris Polaris. You never could see them but now it's seems like you might. supported by 11 fans who also own Music from the Adventures of Pete & Pete. Tired of Tomorrow (Standard Version) by Nothing. supported by 10 fans who also own Music from the Adventures of Pete & Pete. This album reminds me to the Autumn 2013, almost the most difficult time in my life.
Nickelodeon's late, lamented Adventures of Pete & Pete was the greatest children's show ever.
It was dispatched quickly and arrived in great shape.
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The album harkens back to the 90's, however could easily fit within the present day indie scene. You can leave this one in the CD player for awhile. Published on November 7, 2010. Just Another Opinion. The Adventures of Pete and Pete" was one of the most clever and entertaining programs ever offered by Nickelodeon, and the music of Polaris was a great addition to the show. Published on July 24, 2009.
Television soundtrack by Polaris. Coronado II. Ashamed of the Story I Told.
Album Music from The Adventures of Pete & Pete. Jupiter or Thor is perfect. If you were a kid in the nineties, you’ll probably recognise this as the theme song of the cult Nickelodeon show The Adventures of Pete & Pete. While it’s early creation precedes the series, it was famously recorded for the show in a display of mumbling that has attained artistic and cultural significance for fans and admirers. It has been speculated that the often indecipherable lyrics exist to obscure themes too complex or provocative for a children’s show, but it may have been recorded hastily and it was the 90s: mumbling was popular, especially in alternative rock!