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The Woggles

Wailin’ with the Woggles!

One Louder

It’s a pretty well-known fact that the Woggles would rather floss with a rusty D-string than play an instrument with an LED on it. Accordingly, we have eight tracks of sweat-drenched, beer-fumed garage rock. This is the music that plays as your girlfriend is stolen, by the band that appeared at the party with their instruments and began setting up with a deliberation that led everyone to believe someone else booked them. Note “Sweet Tea,” an instrumental ode to the ubiquitous Southern beverage. This seems to be an import, but write the band at Box 8022, Athens, GA 30603. One Louder Records, P.O. Box 1NW, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE 99 1NW, England


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