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Amplifier Newsletter #128 - 21 July 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #128 - 21 July 2004

Greetings . Speeding to get to a washed out rugby game? There has to be a better excuse for endangering the lives of innocent country folk... anyhoo check the new track from the Fast Crew - the video has some great butt grinding and wide mouth mc action. amplifier

New Material

VIDEO - TRACK I Got - Fast Crew is a Hip Hop group that you will be hearing more about very soon. Their songs are all about having a good time and living life to the fullest. Check the new track from the Fast Crew - I Got

ALBUM Formula One is the debut album from Subtract - NZ metal pioneers with an uncompromising loyalty to all things heavy. Having delivered the goods for almost a decade now and opening for the likes of Slayer and Ozzy Osbourne, this is NZ Metal at its finest! >

COMPETITION The Monkey Magic CD encompasses a diverse range of styles from the upbeat electronica of Onelung and hummel to the more ambient sounds of Dystopia and Sleepytime, acoustic recordings by Peachy Keen and 8fold and the ethnic groove style of Ishta and Shinya.

Enter the draw to win a copy of the Monkey Records compilation Monkey Magic.


Congratulations to the winners of the Flying Nun DVD competition - Vanessa Bowden-Johnson & Aaron Johnson. They have won a copy of the Flying Nun DVD "Very Short Films'. Sorted!


Urban Mr Radio - Fast Crew >

Dance The George W. Bush Track - Take Aim

Contemporary Sum Kids - Lo Jac

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