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Unknown Legends "Unknown Legends of Rock 'n' Roll"
    by Richie Unterberger
    Miller-Freeman Books ©1998  buy one
Chapter 11
Lo-Fi Mavericks

Home Tapers, page 312
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      Inevitably, the cassette underground started to spawn its "stars." Martin Newell's closest American counterpart may be R. Stevie Moore, who's made dozens if not hundreds of eccentric rock tapes since the mid-'70s, though his work is on the whole more experimental, and less pop, in nature than Newell's. There were dozens of acts who, taking advantage of the ease of technology, seemingly blasted out difficult experimental music by the cartload, such as Psyclones and Minoy. Acts like Eugene Chadbourne and (to a lesser extent) Savage Republic put their most important work on record, but released tapes of live or extraneous material for devoted fans.
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