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    That’s Him Officer! (Pacific Force). Review by Stein Haukland.

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    Twenty years after founding the Better Youth Organization, Mark and Shawn Stern are still running their pioneering DIY label. They get to surf in Hawaii, bowl with Rancid and be their own bosses. Brian Broccoli pays a visit to the Stern Brothers, who will keep their day jobs.

  • Joe Turley

    When the Jitterbug Bites (Boogietime). Review by David Lee Beowulf.

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