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January 07, 2006


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Lee Hartsfeld

Also known as the P.T. Barnum Art Gallery?


Brian Turner

Milan Knizak's Broken Music disc on Locust is also a great document of these kinds of shenanigans.

El Vampiro Atomico

The amazing thing about those burned records is that the music is pretty much all blasted out of recognition--except for Louie, Louie! It doesn't sound all that different! That riff is inde-fucking-structible! It's the cockroach of rock 'n' roll!

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