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Amplifier Newsletter #153 - 26 January 2005

Amplifier Newsletter #153 - 26 January 2005

Kia ora . Congratulations to Holly H. from Auckland, our Sony Hi MD Walkman winner. Also great news for local film maker Taika Waititi, gaining an Oscar nomination for the short film Two Cars, One Night. The short film is available on the Loop Select 005 compilation. Make the most of the long weekend if you're in the auckland region, should be a hot one at the bFM Summer Series!


Album Conscious Roots / Kora Special For a short time only we're bundling together two of our biggest selling CD's of 2004 and making them available to you at a special price. Conscious Roots compliation and Kora's EP Volume together on special at $37.95. al.html

Video Mmmmhmmm - Misfits of Science Parental Advisory: MmmmHmmm has some scenes which will disturb you. This is the video the censors didn't want you to see, MOS treat your eyes and ears to some of their more left-field sensibilities. Artists Polly Prior Polly Prior is no 'manufactured pop' girl, - she has spent years crafting her original, honest and catchy style of pop/rock. With a brand new NZOA-funded music video for the single Got Me On My Knees and a 5 track EP called Bittersweet, Polly is showing how the hard yards can bring sweet reward

Track Going Away - Goodnight Nurse Going Away is the latest single from Goodnight Nurse, its about discovering your girlfriend ain't nothin' but a hoochie mama. Staff Selecta

Stephen Dejusa

Mark Disgrace Stoods

Richie Sweet Division Del Rey System


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