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#11, $2, 7 x 8 ½, xeroxed, 28 pgs.

By greg
Wednesday, November 25 2009

A nice “tour journal” zine from the depths of a midwestern punk band’s (Operation: Cliff Clavin) 1997 tour of punk rock America. Real good old school zine feel (8th generation xeroxed look, chubby fonts, unstapled), and it’s that uniform look which lends to a reading experience far from unique but as interesting and as relevant as anything you can read in Our Band Could Be Your Life. (How ‘bout that last sentence?) Interludes with a pre-Queens Of The Stoneage Nick Oliveri and his band Mondo Generator, Inquisition and Scared Of Chaka pepper the dog days of life on the road. Smells like Richmond. And rightfully so, as Greg’s currently a columnist at Slug & Lettuce. –Greg Barbera (Greg, PO Box 5021, Richmond, VA23220)



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