• WonkaVision

    indie, record reviews, zine, cd's, bands,WonkaVision,Edited by Justin Luczejko,WonkaVision Magazine,Carl F Gauze

  • WonkaVision

    WonkaVision

    Do you remember when girls wore slacks? – so hip!
    Traffic stops, men get heart attacks – so hip!
    Seems so strange Carl F Gauze took it like that…so hip it hurts!

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