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Earl Greyhound: The Afrofuture of Rock

Kandia Crazy Horse, The Village Voice, 26 February 2007

I MOVED TO Manhattan in 1989 to see Earl Greyhound—but they didn't exist yet. At the turn of the '90s, in that aggressive-white- male space of hair metal deferring to Pacific Northwest cock-rock revivalists, the Brooklyn-based power trio could not have thrived.

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