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    SIX FT HICK

    12 inch

    Wilder Noisiger Garagen Rock'n'Roll aus Brisbane, Australien. Mancher würde es Punk nennen. Die älteren Semester unter euch, denen Lubricated Goat und Beasts Of Bourbon noch ein Begriff sind und diese australischen Institutionen zu schätzen wissen, sollten hier mal ein Ohr draufwerfen.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    19.09.2007
     

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