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February 6, 1996 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There are two things, at most, that the spacesuited members of the rock trio Supernova will admit to taking seriously. The first, in some dispute from their own record company, is that they see a bright future selling their infectiously silly, puerile but very catchy and well-played punk-pop to the kiddie market. "We're hoping this [aptly named debut album, 'Ages 3 and Up'] will make it to Toys R Us. We're serious about it," says Art, a gangly, rubber-faced bassist who isn't serious about much.
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February 6, 1996 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There are two things, at most, that the spacesuited members of the rock trio Supernova will admit to taking seriously. The first, in some dispute from their own record company, is that they see a bright future selling their infectiously silly, puerile but very catchy and well-played punk-pop to the kiddie market. "We're hoping this [aptly named debut album, 'Ages 3 and Up'] will make it to Toys R Us. We're serious about it," says Art, a gangly, rubber-faced bassist who isn't serious about much.
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