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June 15, 2007

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Krys O.

Thanks again for a post that stirs up great memories. Haven't thought about Sound of Pig in a loooooong time.

marcus

hi, this is a excellent serie on this blog, there are a lot of good music on tape only, outside and I think some of them should be saved for our descendents :-).
keep up the good work
marcus

Jared

Does WFMU have any tapes of the band Kilpig on 109 Records? Most likely they would have been a casette from around 1986... I played with them a few times, but mainly with Dairyland Jubilee and I think you played our single a few times... I lost my copies of what we had and lost track of the membes including Steve Gabe, Nozomi, and I can't remember the drummer's name. Thanks, J

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