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Public Address 06/06/04 - Gossip, Rumour And Fact

PUBLIC ADDRESS 06/06/04 - Gossip, rumour and fact

Gossip, rumour and fact | Jul 06, 2004 10:50
Russell Brown's Hard News

Whatever the merits of Canwest's New Zealand IPO, it might not be wise to count its acquisition of MTV programming for C4 among them: not when MTV itself may be with us as soon as September...,


Blatt!! | Jul 06, 2004 10:49
GUEST: Chris Knox out of Grey Lynn

Ya gotta blatt, sometimes ya just gotta blatt. "Blatt: To make indeterminate noise at widely differing decibel and comfort levels in concert with like-minded individuals or merely your demented self" - Ambrose Bierce, 2005. Y'know, free jazz, noise, glitchcore, whateverthehell ya wanna call it, something not often heard on these...,

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