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POP EYE

August 29, 1993

AND ONE MORE THING: Sara DeBell, the Seattle musician who has released "Grunge Lite," a collection of elevator-music renditions of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and other grunge greats, is now taking grunge fashion to its final (we hope) frontier. She and partner Ben Grossblatt have formed Blowhole Productions, selling a variety of items that at once spoof and cash in on the absurdity of the grunge trend.

The clincher item: "Authentic pre-worn plaid flannel shirts." They just buy them at the thrift store down the street, slap a patch with their logo (a dizzy-looking sheep named Bubbles) on the shoulder and resell it for $20.

DeBell is now finishing a video from the "Grunge Lite" album, which she hopes to get on MTV.

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