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Exclusive, in-depth interviews with the band Supergrass, the youthful UK trio that's been compared to bands as diverse as Madness, Slade, the Buzzcocks, Nirvana, the Who, Blur, and the Monkees. Includes a discography and over 100 photos (most in full-color) of the band, performing and behind the scenes. Written by Melody Maker writer Everett True.
Paperback, 80 pages
Published September 1st 1996 by Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation (first published 1996)
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My name is Everett True. I am a music critic. This is what I do. I criticise music.

The clue is in my job description – music critic. I do not consider myself a journalist, as I do not research or report hard news. I do not consider myself a commentator as I believe that everyone should be a participant. I criticise people and in return I am not surprised if other people criticise me. It is part of
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