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SAYING IT LOUD – Blurt editor Fred Mills tells the Grand Funk Railroad story (Detroit Metro Times, 2002), bids farewell to Joe Strummer (Seattle Weekly, 2003), and remembers Jeffrey Lee Pierce and the Gun Club (Harp, 2005).

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