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June 26, 1992 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The members of the punk rock band Olivelawn were sitting over lunch in a sunny corner of a salad bar restaurant, debating a question that goes back to Ecclesiastes: Is there really nothing new under the sun? If you're talking about rock 'n' roll, there isn't, said Mike Olson, the band's singer. "There's nothing left to be done. Nothing," he said. As Olivelawn's lyricist, Olson has laid out his theory of musical repetition in a song called "Piltdown Man."
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June 26, 1992 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The members of the punk rock band Olivelawn were sitting over lunch in a sunny corner of a salad bar restaurant, debating a question that goes back to Ecclesiastes: Is there really nothing new under the sun? If you're talking about rock 'n' roll, there isn't, said Mike Olson, the band's singer. "There's nothing left to be done. Nothing," he said. As Olivelawn's lyricist, Olson has laid out his theory of musical repetition in a song called "Piltdown Man."
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