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    The Walker Brothers: No Regrets

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  • Darryl Worley

    Darryl Worley

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    Otis Taylor

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    Sia

    We Are Born (Red Ink Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.

  • Slow Six

    Slow Six

    Tomorrow Becomes You (Western Vinyl). Review by Jeff Schweers.

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    Hole

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