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Amplifier Newsletter #122 - 8 June 2004

8 June 2003

Amplifier Newsletter #122 - 8 June 2004

Greetings . "A world without conservatism"... Its just not natural, lets legislate against it, drive them into the wilderness, oppress them till they break, call in the CIA... amplifier


After Dave Mulcahy (JPSE, Superette) closed up his band Superette he kept on writing his fantastic, trademark pop songs. Now he's back with a new band to showcase those tunes and Spider is the result.


Omeka is a member of the hip/rnb group Southgate from wanganui. He is a talented young musician & artists. And is son of New Zealand reggae Ambassodor Carl Perkins.

Major NZ Based Songwriting Competition

The Pacific Songwriting Competition, with cash prizes which total $25 000 will receive entries from around the globe in every language and genre.


Tongan Chic - Soane Buy it! $28.60

Bailterspace - Bailterspace Buy it! $30.95

Tiny Blue Biosphere - Rhian Sheehan Buy it! $28.95


The Pheng Nom Shakedown - Agent

Hope - Fat Freddys Drop

Bounz To It - Sara Jane Auva'a

Charts Pop Loner - Goodnight Nurse

Dance The George W. Bush Track - Take Aim

Urban Not Many - Scribe


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