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Public Address 06/12/06 - Where You Heard It First

PUBLIC ADDRESS 06/12/06 - Remember where you heard it first ...

Remember where you heard it first ... | Dec 06, 2006 07:53
Russell Brown's Hard News

Righto. The New Zealand iTunes Store is now available as an option in the iTunes app. I had to fiddle about a bit to see it - see advice in the discussion thread for this post - suggesting there's a cacheing issue or something, but it's there, if a bit...
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Drunk By Noon | Dec 05, 2006 21:45
David Slack on his own account

In one of my favourite songs by Sally Timms, she sings: If my life lasted only one day, I'd still be drunk by noon. The whole song's a treat. Cheers to the writer, Rennie Sparks, who has the steel to put lines like this in a song...
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