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Shake Me (Super Secret)

Super Secret also minted up 7 inches of clear vinyl for this local quintet's debut. Former Kodiaks frontman Yoshi Okai, standout of the "These Are the Days" exhibition at the Arthouse on Congress, crosses John Lydon with Damo Suzuki, barking all the way to the bank on four jagged edges of garage floor DIY. The titular highlight is a Stooge.

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