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When your bassist goes by P-Nut, and your name comes from a citation for streaking, chances are you're more high than high-minded. And by the mid-Nineties, Nebraskan crew 311 had captivated campus dwellers with their aggro-chill, rock-meets-whatever fusion. Their self-titled '95 album and follow-up, Transistor, were the sound of Bob Marley and John Belushi posters put into a blender and poured onto a CD, and just as ubiquitous in dorm rooms. 

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