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September 29, 1994 | BUDDY SEIGAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The early '80s produced a bumper crop of rock 'n' roll groups encouraged and emboldened by the "anyone can be a rock star" mentality wrought a few years earlier by the punk and new wave schools. Unfortunately, staying power didn't seem to be a quality enjoyed by many of these groups: Such trends as "new romantic," "ska," "techno-pop," "cowpunk" and "psychobilly" came and went, seemingly within weeks of one another, making and breaking dozens of bands in their wakes.
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September 29, 1994 | BUDDY SEIGAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The early '80s produced a bumper crop of rock 'n' roll groups encouraged and emboldened by the "anyone can be a rock star" mentality wrought a few years earlier by the punk and new wave schools. Unfortunately, staying power didn't seem to be a quality enjoyed by many of these groups: Such trends as "new romantic," "ska," "techno-pop," "cowpunk" and "psychobilly" came and went, seemingly within weeks of one another, making and breaking dozens of bands in their wakes.
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October 29, 1991 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For many who were there, and for quite a few who weren't even born at the time, the late '60s have come to be celebrated as a golden era for rock music and all that went with it. Anyone feeling nostalgic for the decade that just won't fade away might embrace the Hoodoo Gurus' recent single, "Miss Freelove '69," as a voyage back to a garden of countercultural, sexual-revolutionary delight.
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October 29, 1991 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For many who were there, and for quite a few who weren't even born at the time, the late '60s have come to be celebrated as a golden era for rock music and all that went with it. Anyone feeling nostalgic for the decade that just won't fade away might embrace the Hoodoo Gurus' recent single, "Miss Freelove '69," as a voyage back to a garden of countercultural, sexual-revolutionary delight.
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