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Public Address 21/09/06 - How Bizarre

PUBLIC ADDRESS 21/09/06 - How Bizarre

How Bizarre | Sep 21, 2006 11:40
Russell Brown's Hard News

Are you ready for the OMC revival? Alan Jansson and Havindar Singh are launching a record label called Newco, whose first signing is OMC, ie: Alan Jansson and Pauly Fuemana. They'll look to re-connect with some of the four million people who bought OMC records...
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Coup update 2: same same but different | Sep 21, 2006 08:53
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

More from Yang at the end of the 'National Holiday' yesterday: as I saw on a T shirt today....Same same (on the front) but different (on the back). The Democratic Council as the coup leaders call themselves declared today [Wednesday] a holiday so I met a few friends at Starbucks...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3523.sm

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Time for the little guys | Sep 20, 2006 14:27
Keith Ng: Everywhere. All the time. Usually late.

ACT Leader Rodney Hide and Greens Co-Leader Russel Norman joins David Farrar and I for a chat session on the recent sh*tstorm in and around Parliament. Who's to blame? Is it going to get worse? We get the views of the ex-Perkbuster and the new kid on the block...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3524.sm

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