The Day Of The Triffids
Gavin Martin, NME, 15 April 1989
WINDING ITS WAY down the Swan River to the Indian Ocean, Perth is the sort of paradise most of us only get to dream of. The Western Australia state capital has the mixed blessing of being the most remote city in the world, but it brims with images of the good life, an easy going land of plenty that's unblemished and unbothered by the problems that beset most modern metropoli.
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