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Vineland Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 Summary

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Chapter 7 Summary

Ralph Wayvone is a wealthy Italian with probable mob ties. It is the morning of his daughter's wedding day and he is worried about the band, who he has never heard, and who call themselves Gino Baglione and the Paisans. The band is actually Billy Barf and the Vomitones, and in the few days they have spent driving to the Wayvone mansion they have arranged costumes to disguise their punk appearance to look like an Italian wedding band.

The band opens with a set of rock and roll standards, but is approached afterwards by a large man named Carmine, who requests that they play more Italian songs. Fortunately, Isaiah Two Four is able to calm down the agitated muscle man and the bride slips the band a song book of Italian favorites.

Meanwhile, Prairie has gone into one of the large bathrooms of the mansion and is...

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