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Amplifier Newsletter #150 - 22 December 2004

Wed, 22 Dec 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #150 - 22 December 2004

Kia ora . The holiday season is upon us and hopefully soon this weather is going to realise its actually summer. It should be treating us to the summer vibes, laxing in the sun with nz sounds groovin' us into the '05. 2004 has been a great year with NZ music climbing to 19.48% on the wireless, we can only continue upwards. Our present to you is the new Katchafire video Rude Girl, see below... Enjoy the break! Kia kaha


Amplifier Top 10 albums 2004

1 eight Shift 2 SJD Southern Lights 3 Kora EP Volume 4 Various Artists Conscious Roots 5 Jester Summer Skies EP =6 Pitch Black Futureproof =6 Fat Freddys Drop Live at the Matterhorn =8 Trinity Roots Home, Land and Sea =8 Shapeshifter Riddim Wise LP =10 Frontline What You Expect? =10 Shapeshifter Real Time =10 The Black Seeds On The Sun =10 Various Artists Loop Select 006: Kono

Amplifier Top 10 Tracks 2004

1 Joe Dukie & DJ Fitchie Midnight Marauders 2 Fat Freddys Drop Hope 3 Fat Freddys Drop Runnin' (Styles Mix) 4 Fast Crew I Got 5 Joe Dukie & DJ Fitchie Seconds 6 Joe Dukie & DJ Fitchie This Room 7 P-Money Remember feat Scribe 8 Goodnight Nurse Loner =9 Goodnight Nurse Taking Over =9 Steriogram White Trash

Rude Girl Katchafire Hot off the editing suite, the brand new Katchafire video Rude Girl has some nice steaming street moments.


Mark Big Boy (Santas in town) Mary

Stephen Don't Believe in Christmas The D4

Santa Eyes 4 Xmas Jester


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