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January 22, 2008

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Jim

Larissa looked physically ill in around 1981-82, surprised she lived that much longer. At the time, she looked like she was suffering from opiate misuse or something, and possibly starvation. Her band was OK, but we used to get more entertainment value from Negative Approach and the Necros; still, I'm amused that these bands became so highly regarded later on. The kiddies now seem to be basing much of this affected status on things they never experienced themselves--it's a twisted form of fantasy nostalgia. Where were all these latecomers when these bands were actually still around? I was at the shows, occasionally met band members, etc., and I wasn't even really a part of that scene.

scott the pot

lame

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