UnderWhere? Was it that or UnderWear? IMO, It was a bar started for people who couldn't make it in upstairs to hear the bands, although Front242 may have played there live once. I think I saw the SunDogs, also. Another channel of revenue, if you will. Lumpy's came later, and it always seemed to be a place for people that lacked the interest for what was happing in People's. For me, they're apples and oranges. I actually played pool league in Lumpy's, and it was a joke, the table, I mean. We drank there sometimes, still have a plastic mug. There were other basement bars back in the day, like the Cave-In, and whatever was the greek place under the Coliseum. To me, they were totally different crowds. Different kinds of people. Lost and Found was lost and found. It was a cool nestled away, quiet place to hang and talk. The booths and woodwork of Cy's and L&F in the 80's-early 90's was great. Somehow, taking everything out and having no respect for property is the thing of today. I go back all the time. I hate what CampusTown has turned into. A bunch of tatoo parlors and fast food. I respect the heck out of the owners of Welch Avenue Station. Through the years, that place has stayed its course, kept its identity, and really been the only continuity in CampusTown. We'll wait in line every time we're in town to get food brought down from PizzaPit, and listen to music from the past.