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The Rock'nRoll Wire Fri 12th March

12:00PM - bFM News, Weather & Surf

12:30PM - New Music Review with Kane. This week: Liars - 'They Were Wrong, So We Drowned'

12:45PM - Hello Motor City. US correspondent Ben Blackwell of the Dirtbombs' weekly phone-in from the endless rock'n'roll highway.

1:10PM - J. Devil Huge - Eagles Of Death Metal Jesse Hughes, member of the extended Palm Desert family revolving around Queens Of The Stone Age, speaks about the eagerly anticipated Eagles Of Death Metal album 'Peace Love & Death Metal', having QOTSA mainman Josh Homme as drummer, and the position of the divorced single father who realizes there are "too many hot women"in the world.

1:45PM - Inside Track Episode 4 in the 2004 series looking at all aspects of the NZ Music industry.

Music Videos - Perspectives from NZ On Air, a video maker and a music TV programmer.

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