2,935,935 - Google Video 2008 - Google Music Videos are THE important way for Bands to Blast Plays and Get their Music heard in Cyberspace and "22nd Street" is the Song that Los Angeles' Greenhouse Effect use to Get maximum plays on the Web ! Equal parts U2, David Bowie, The Cure, The Alarm, and Morrisey, This track is an amazing Stunner on the Net for G.e. what with it's busy active Guitar work from Clark Haggins. "I wrote, produced, mixed, and played ALL of the instruments on '22nd Street' except for the bass by Ted ( Bassist_Rick_Carmody ) " Says Haggans. The atmospheric and ambient Song is such a classic of computer culture as it lumbers and moves along as if a Modern Rock Emo classic, hitting you with psychedelic moods yet modern rock textures. Carefully guitar layered by Clark Hagins and Producer Andrew "Dice" Houston in 1991 in the South Bay Studio 'Accessive Light and Sound' in Harbor City California. Haggans says that he painstakenly worked increibibly hard on the difficult but extremely pleasurable track into the night with Carmody and Houston, aggressively mixing and remixing the Song to indie rock perfection; "22nd Street is one of G.e's Proudest moments,....its a song that displays clearly that I wanna be one of the best of all time and I damn near achieve it here !! This song is a classic right there with "Brandy" and "It Ain't Easy" for atmospheres..." Up until September of 1990, Haggins had been the Drummer of the three piece Redondo Beach Band when it sported Monster Grunge Master Guitarist Phil Keegan up front but the group mutually parted ways with Keegan, allowing Haggins to not only play the drums in the studio but to also overdub his Pricelesss unique guitar style and textures. "Recording 'Going Legit' was a very pleasurable experience for Greenhouse Effect back in january and Feb of 91" Says Haggins "It was just two guys in Me and Carmody ,...you had one guy who just did all the bass and another guy who did everything else and Andy Producing,...we made studio magic ,..for live play, we hired one of Southern California's Greatest Drummers in San Pedro's Martin Silva ,..the guy is an amazing Drummer ,..and we also briefly played with Greg Tarpley back there ,..Both are masters of Percussion ,..the G.e. project became alot similar to Genesis and Phil Collins (Laughs) ,..the way we recorded n' all ,..except we're way better and more interesting than them !! (Laughs)" - Clark Haggins and Greenhouse Effect rock out hard with "Irie Bob", a 1992 Song that has grown into a classic of the web and seems to be a Song that has influenced the likes of Beck, Cake, and Weezer. "I just saw Weezer at that Del Mar Horse Racing Track in San Diego and Weezer is a band I respect ,... I don't like too many of the alternative bands after 1991 But I have admiration always for such a Great nice guy Like Rivers Cuomo and Pat Wilson too from Weezer" Says Haggins. Hagins attended the Weezer Show at Del Mar San Diego on August 6, 2011 and described the horse culture place as wild and "So bizarre of a venue for Rock n Roll" - "The Parking at Del Mar is aweful,...You get stuck in this dirt area near the i-5 Freeway where there are no reflector coat guys or gals there to lead you out,..its all ab Lib from there ! ,..up there in the dirt ,... I found the best way to drive out of Del Mar is to get under those tunnels and then you can go out there by where that Dennys is or Am Pm Mini mart 'err whudeverr that then goes North to the i-5 ,..its a 'hella aweful parking set up ,..and you have to walk for miles ,..me and my wife walked forever,..and she walks SLOW and the smell of Horse shit and fertilizer like stuff is everywhere - still it was fun !!" Says Higgins. "Our Songs are such an influence on major Labels like Geffen Records and my ideas too for concerts that I threw long ago at Wilson Park in Torrance CA seem to be the foundation for a show at such a weird place like Del Mar,..i know now that so many people enjoy my music and recognize me where ever me and my wife go ,..its ok ,..they can come up and talk to me at a concert ,..I am 46 years old and I'm just there to have fun ,..just like everyone else,... tonight's show was awesome" - "Irie Bob" from November 1992 and with it's fuzzy bass line , distorted guitar, and driving keyboards is an early Emo Song classic that seemed to come out of nowhere for G.e.; "That Song was entirely experimental" Says Haggans "That being said, ...it completely sounds Like G.e." Says Higgins. The repetitive distorted bass by Rick Carmody makes the song an epic. HAGGANS Says that his goal is to write tons of stuff about G.e. - blogging virtually every intimate informative detail of the legendary internet band; " My goal is almost practically to piss people off and get them angry with blogs ,..it seems like the more people hate G.e. ,..the more they end up liking G.e ,.. slowly over time, we become everybody's favorite band ,..they like reading ( and laughing at ) all the shit about G.e. in the blogs ,..the key to success on the web is a ton of over-information ,..thats what we've found that works - to Perfection !!!!" - ROCK CITY PRODUCTIONS BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS. 2011.