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Amplifier Newsletter #142 - 27 October 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #142 - 27 October 2004

Kia Ora . Staff at Amplifier are saddened to learn of the passing of veteran U.K. broadcaster John Peel. Peel was instrumental in the breaking of The Datsuns in the U.K. and had made several trips to New Zealand over the course of his career. A great supporter of unsigned bands from all over the world Peel had spent nearly 4 decades in radio. amplifier

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COMPETITION 48MAY 48May have released their highly anticipated debut album, 'The Mad Love'. in conjunction with FMR have copies of the album to give away. We're also going to throw in a copy of 48May's latest single Leather and Tattoos. ENTER DRAW

ALBUM DEL REY SYSTEM Following on from their #1 b-net hit "Del Rey" and b-net top ten "You Say" and "Sweet Division" featuring the unmistakable vocals of Fat Freddy's Drop "Dallas Tamaira" comes the self titled album DEL REY SYSTEM.

VIDEO YOU ARE - SARA-JANE AUVA'A The "You Are" video was partly shot at the Otara Markets, a landmark location for Pacific Islanders in Auckland. The video shows Sara-Jane Auva'a thinking of her love and home in Samoa.

ARTIST THE NEW FREEDOM the new freedom is a collective of award winning songwriting and producers, based primarily in Auckland, NZ. Recently nominated for an APRA Silver Scroll is the track grey boy.


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Material Girl Ghost Tones

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