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DON’T LOVE MUSIC EVER IT’LL ONLY BREAK YR. HEART o.k.?;(for mr. bobby darin), efrim

From Vol. 2, No. 4

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Twenty-Five Irrefutable Arguments For the Superiority of Vinyl, Ian McGillis

Twenty-Five Irrefutable Arguments For the Superiority of Vinyl,
Ian McGillis
From Vol. 2, No. 4

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K-Tel, Top 40 Radio & Me, Vince Tinguely

K-Tel, Top 40 Radio & Me,  Vince Tinguely
from Vol. 2, No. 4

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Being On Fire Is The Best Reason To Take A Walk In The Rain by Cozmos Quazar

Being On Fire Is The Best Reason To Take A Walk In The Rain
by Cozmos Quazar
From Vol. 3 No. 1, 2004
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Le disque compact en tant que mythe par J.D. Michalak

Le disque compact en tant que mythe
par J.D. Michalak
From Vol. 3 No. 1, 2004
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Seven Inches by Vince Tinguely

Seven Inches
By Vince Tinguely
From Vol. 3 No. 1, 2004
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Cassettes for Christmas

Cassettes for Christmas
by Dan-D-Roo
From Vol. 2 No. 4, 2003
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Inside a classic-rock radio station marketing survey

THE REQUEST LINE IS NOW OPEN:
Inside a classic-rock radio station marketing survey
by Louis Rastelli
From Vol. 2 No. 4, 2003
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Ju-Jubes Vs. Picture Sleeves Ian Mcgillis

From Vol. 3 No. 1, 2004

Last Fish Piss, I contributed a list of ironclad reasons why the general quality of life took an irreversible nosedive when the evil music industry forcibly replaced vinyl with CDs. Well, as is the way with the making of lists (and because frankly I was getting pretty emotional) I left a very important reason out. Namely, it’s impossible to make creative wall displays out of CD covers. (more…)

Corpusse live Kensington Market Summer 1996

From Vol. 1 No. 1, 1996

Kensington Market, Toronto
Fifteen bands on the sidewalk in front of Who’s Emma, zine & book store
Hot fucking day, first band at one o’clock, drinking beer in the van up the block
friends, bands walking around
CORPUSSE set for five, let’s hang (more…)

Vomit & the Zits Reunion Show Oct 96

Vol. 1 No. 2 Fall 1996

by louis

Goin to the reunion show, that old punk band from way back, you know. Sneak in a beer each for me & Rick, see some old faces and lotsa punk kids. No openers so we drink and throw looks at the empty stage. They come on with a ruckus, sound’s all fucked up, can’t hear the guitar for a few songs. (more…)

What You Least Desire Is Easiest To Find

by Vince Tinguely
From Vol. 2 No. 4, 2003

I went to the Colisée du Livre on Mont Royal East recently. Back in July – that’s about five months ago – I was checking the place out when I had no money; always a big mistake. (more…)