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Music Blues: Things Haven't Gone Well Thrill (Jockey)

Edwin Pouncey, The Wire, August 2014

THE 2006 resurrection of Athens, Georgia doom rockers Harvey Milk was a cause for celebration among those who had faithfully followed the group's precarious career, from their formation in 1992 until they disbanded six years later. Harvey Milk's short-lived resurgence, however, was plagued with various misfortunes that included the departure of drummer Paul Trudeau and the mothballing of Hydrahead, the record label that released their comeback albums Life… The Best Game In Town (2008) and A Small Turn Of Human Kindness (2010).

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