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Public Address 19/01/04 - News From The Front

PUBLIC ADDRESS 19/01/04 - News from the front

I still love rock 'n' roll | Jan 19, 2004 11:34
Russell Brown's Hard News

I have been to every Big Day Out since it launched in New Zealand in 1994, but I don't think I've ever enjoyed one more than the one that took place on Friday. It was loud, happy, tiring and surprising, and the music was mostly great...
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Songs from the Departure Lounge | Jan 17, 2004 15:17
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

The clock is ticking here in Busytown. In just a week, we're leaving Manhattan and moving north. Only one and a half hours up the line, but to a much smaller town where, instead of simply stepping out the front door and saying "Bring it on!", we'll have...
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Ironical, like rain | Jan 16, 2004 10:13
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

If you haven't yet tuned into the joy of reading Theodore Dalrymple, a regular at The Spectator, I recommend you check him out. His latest offering tells of plans to move to France ...
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