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Public Address 28/01/04 - Art And Politics

PUBLIC ADDRESS 28/01/04 - Art and Politics

More in sorrow | Jan 28, 2004 12:03
Russell Brown's Hard News

So was that the speech of a man who wants to win the next election - or one who doesn't want to lose it too horribly? I ask, because it appears to me that any government that actually sought to implement the full extent of the programme outlined...
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You've got to hear the music | Jan 28, 2004 11:46
GUEST: Shayne Carter out of Dimmer

Well, I sent off the second Dimmer album for mastering this week. Letting go of baby. The record is called "You've Got To Hear The Music" - six words, just like "I Believe You Are A Star"...
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