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Public Address 13/12/06 - John Campbell's Bedroom

PUBLIC ADDRESS 13/12/06 - John Campbell's bedroom wall, and other stories

Hi folks: a couple of contributions for our Flying Nun Records 25th anniversary bizzo - yes, it's *that* John Campbell. Don't forget that the winners of our Flying Nun Moments competition will be announced on Friday morning. Up for grabs: an actually Flying Nun anniversary box and three tasty Flying Nun t-shirts from Little Brother. You can still enter, or enjoy the hundred-odd posts so far here:
http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,118,flying_nun_moments.sm

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One for Wayne | Dec 12, 2006 20:57
Russell Brown's Hard News

I was surprised and pleased this week to discover that the special Flying Nun 25th anniversary issue of Real Groove magazine includes a couple of stories I wrote years ago for Rip It Up. One is an edit of my epic-length Chills European tour diary, and the other is based...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3786.sm

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Funny, sexy and ours | Dec 12, 2006 20:52
GUEST: John Campbell on the Flying Nun years

When I was seventeen, just about every boy I knew who did not dream of being an All Black dreamt of being in a band. I dreamt of both. And whilst the All Black dream was comically outlandish, at least the All Blacks were ours...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3784.sm

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