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September 1, 2002 | ROBERT HILBURN
There isn't a record executive in America who wouldn't hurl a seven-figure contract at the Australian rock band the Vines after seeing just 30 seconds of the group's new "Outtathaway" video. In the clip, which will be released to MTV this month, gripping lead singer and guitarist Craig Nicholls flails around the stage of a gritty rock club, his eyes rolling eerily back into his head as if an exorcism is taking place.
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December 11, 2002 | Geoff Boucher
The Vines are building on their reputation for volatility. The Australian band, known for the hit "Get Free" and raucous stage antics, was bounced Monday from a high-profile performance spot on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" after lead singer Craig Nichols began trashing the group's equipment during a sound check in the hours before the show's taping.
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December 11, 2002 | Geoff Boucher
The Vines are building on their reputation for volatility. The Australian band, known for the hit "Get Free" and raucous stage antics, was bounced Monday from a high-profile performance spot on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" after lead singer Craig Nichols began trashing the group's equipment during a sound check in the hours before the show's taping.
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September 1, 2002 | ROBERT HILBURN
There isn't a record executive in America who wouldn't hurl a seven-figure contract at the Australian rock band the Vines after seeing just 30 seconds of the group's new "Outtathaway" video. In the clip, which will be released to MTV this month, gripping lead singer and guitarist Craig Nicholls flails around the stage of a gritty rock club, his eyes rolling eerily back into his head as if an exorcism is taking place.
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