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WFYI News Dec 9
A life in rock n’ roll is not easy. Just ask Indianapolis’ Craig Bell. He’s gone from a member of one of the country’s most influential, yet unsung, bands to giving up on music, and now playing with a new band.
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Dave The Merciless Apr 21
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The 13th Track Sep 19
Cyborgs Revisited: 13 Questions with Edgar Breau of Simply Saucer is now up for your reading pleasure. Dig in and freak out. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Faustino Ubiaga Aug 14
The Modern Lovers - The Modern Lovers 1976
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Chris Estey Jun 27
Thanks, ! For any music writers who want to check out the new Zuider Zee collection 'Zeenith' for possible coverage and listening pleasure -- please let us at know!
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tom Apr 22
baby you're a richman - and The Modern Lovers
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M.C. CHASE Mar 10
“new” New York Dolls shirt & book - “New York Dolls Photographs”
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Libdisks 💿 Dec 29
THE TROGGS "The Best of the Troggs" LP SPAIN 1989 Mint 15 €
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ASTRALBANGER Sep 24
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Doctör Ivan Feb 11
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xo publicity Jul 2
Deep respect and big thanks to for covering the collection of lost Zuider Zee material! "Zeenith is the sort of album people hear -- and assume that it’s obviously this big thing they’ve never heard of." Awesome.
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Arne Haabeth Aug 10
Bad Brains, Death (Detroit) and Pure Hell. Cool piece on the forgotten story of America’s first black punk band:
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Angus Stewart May 4
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Ignasi Torrent Nov 5
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Team.H.H.Denmark Aug 6
Ramones 💿Brain Drain 23 March 1989 The eleventh studio album from from American band This one goes out to my very good Friend loveshackvinyl who got
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Dave The Merciless Jul 7
“Fun House” is the second album by . It was released on July 7, 1970.
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Angus Stewart May 15
The Modern Lovers performing at Cambridge Common in Cambridge, MA c. 1971.
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Luke Foley Jul 8
While I'm in a Detroit music mood you can't ignore these three black dudes from back in the '70's. at its finest. Great album. Brilliant. Death - For The Whole World To See (full album) via
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DomOfFinland Sep 23
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The Stigmatics Apr 10
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