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Crash-Test omnibus

Crash-Test omnibus: not like the Home and Away omnibus where after waking from a drunken blackout on Sunday morning you flick the Tele on to hours of whining Aussie accents and teenage angst..........usually hang overs don't give you this degree of nausea!

What a great word for such an anti climatical definition!
Omnibus: a single continuous broadcast consisting of several radio or television programmes previously broadcast separately as instalments of a serial or soap opera.......warp warp warp warp.....(ok I added that last part)

Crash-Test For Favourite Things omnibus consists of two (different!) shows back to back this Thursday night!

Ok so the race starts here, down as many delicious drinks as you can whilst watching the boys undulate their musical tide upon the audience then as they pack up and prepare to move on, go check your lippy in the bathroom mirror (for boys: take a "slash") and then cross the road diagonally to the top left of Ponsonby road to.......

PR BAR - Powertool Records Presents.
Here you will settle in to your new drink and location while the boys strip back their set to indulge you with a more acoustic, laid back delivery which will see you swooning on into the evening whether you head home or not.....

no change of dress is required

Cant wait to see you all there this Thursday! Only 14 sleeps till Christmas so why not come and support some great live music and give something back, it's easier than visiting your Great Aunty Ngaire in the old peoples home!


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