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Public Address 15/09/06 - Rock 'N' Roll

PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/09/06 - Rock 'n' Roll

Rock 'n' roll stuff | Sep 15, 2006 10:19
Russell Brown's Hard News

I'm due to convene with a bunch of codgers later today to perform an exercise related to this year's 25th anniversary of Flying Nun Records. The exercise will involve arguing over a list of the best releases to have come from the label, which I guess is an issue on...,

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Mavens | Sep 14, 2006 20:51
Dr. Che. Lover. Fighter. Driver of Holdens

The greatest thing this opportunity to access a public voice has given me is the ability to express weird thinking and impressions to an audience who may or may not appreciate them. Sometimes this has meant taking slight artistic licence with real-life events, but generally this is only to protect...,


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