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Amplifier Newsletter #128 - 28 July 2004

28 July 2004 - The WBC . Deja Voodoo . Bailterspace

Amplifier Newsletter #128 - 28 July 2004

Greetings . We should drug test our musicians to see if they are on substances that alter their performances. It would be an interesting result for sure! :) Check the dates for the shows booked for The Datsuns, touring in September. amplifier

New Material

VIDEO - TRACK SICK OF IT - THE WBC Sick of it is The WBC's latest single - it's an upbeat track with a somewhat dark lyrical theme. This track received New Recording Artist and Music Video grants from NZ On Air. It was recorded & mixed by Clint Murphy @ York Street Studios.

ALBUM BROWN SABBATH - DEJA VOODOO They're my favourite band, They're your favourite band - They're Deja Voodoo. Brown Sabbath is a beer-drinking concept album of epic proportion from the self-acclaimed premiere local hard rockin' band.

COMPETITION WINNERS Congrats to Penny Hay, Jaimee Dodds, Georgina Gellert, & Geraldine Read for winning the Bailterspace competition. Check the lastest self titled album from Bailterspace.


Urban I Got - Fast Crew

Dance The George W. Bush Track - Take Aim

Rock Taking Over - Goodnight Nurse > Http://Www.Amplifier.Co.Nz/Amp/View?Item_Id=8127


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