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Amplifier Newsletter #141 - 20 October 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #141 - 20 October 2004

Kia Ora . Scribe goes gold in Aussie, Tourist is No.1 on the B and Big Day Out 2005 tickets are on sale now! check it amplifier

New Material

ARTIST EDMUND CAKE Since the dissolution of Bressa Creeting Cake in 1997, what exactly Edmund Cake has been up to in the intervening years is anyone's guess, but his new album Downtown Puff may just provide a few clues . Check the tracks Gunga and Beautiful Sleep.

VIDEO LEATHER AND TATTOOS - 48 MAY Described as "Sum 41 meets Foo Fighters, with a hint of Def Leppard", 48May's feel-good music perfectly reflects their laid-back, outgoing personalities.

ALBUM EP VOLUME - KORA ALBUM EP VOLUME - KORA Kora are proud to announce their first release on the 18th of October 'EP Volume' featuring the track 'Politician' which held the number 1 spot on Radioscope's alternative chart for two weeks, whilst staying in the top ten for a further eight weeks.

COMPETITION P-MONEY - MAGIC CITY To celebrate the release of P-Money's second album Magic City, amplifier in conjunction with Festival Mushroom Records is giving you the chance to win a copy! ENTER DRAW


Do You Feel The Cold? Tourist

Land of Freezing Days Dark Tower

Sweet Division Del Rey System


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