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Australian Surf Bands #1 - New Generation
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1Giants of Science The Letter B
2Pacer 21Postcard
3The FauvesCelebrate The Failure
528 DaysThe Right Place
6Xavier RuddConceal Me
7Fez PerezWant Her Back
8EvenTwo Stones
9The Natural MysticsCan't You See?
10The ChevellesAngelina Jolie
11One Dollar ShortBoardgame
12BodyjarTime To Grow Up
13Danny McdonaldHammer Ons & Pull Offs
14Nick Barker Machine
15Salmonella DubThe Bromley East Roller
16PearsonSo Off Screen


Compilation release of indie Australian bands for major surfing magazine 'Hardcore'.
Includes CD-ROM clip for The Chevelles - Angelina Jolie.

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