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Public Address 16/10/03 - Some Guy Things

PUBLIC ADDRESS 16/10/03 - Some Guy Things

Sexist Pig |Oct 15, 2003 22:09
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

My record collection is taking a real battering in the old style. A couple of weekends ago a mate, Dan, came around and I played him all sorts of old NZ stuff. He found it depressing...
http://publicaddress.net/default,heat.sm#post770

Stet |Oct 15, 2003 12:07
had Taylor in the Muse Lounge

The heavily inked sheet of green legal beside the keyboard is headed "INSERT PAGE 285 / FINAL ADDITION / 14 OCTOBER 2003." The date was for ceremony. Yesterday afternoon I typed up the final change, printed out the revised pages and mailed the document to Cape...
http://publicaddress.net/default,muselounge.sm#post769

Hip hop non-stop |Oct 15, 2003 11:59
GUEST Peter McLennan steps up

It's been a hip hop-heavy week. Wednesday saw Philly's finest The Roots hit the stage at the St James for a two hour jam, and the weekend brought the Aotearoa hip hop Summit back to Auckland for the third time in its four year history.
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