WRG Downloads

Today I found a couple new places selling digital copies of 2003′s White Russian Galaxy single. have it for ?2.67 along with a short bio of the band, and’s online store has it for ?2.97.
Much more interesting than that, though, is an interview with Owen Hopkin I just came accross in issue 3 of Blank Stares & Cricket Claps. Released shortly after the WRG release and before the death of the legendary Radio 1 DJ, you can’t really fail to miss the question titled “What would we do without John Peel?”. As mentioned earlier, issue 5 of the magazine also features a review of the Tragedy Rocks album, and you can download both issues and many others from the Blank Stares & Cricket Claps website.
Also found this on another MySpace blog. Looks like Joe’s working his magic across America. Well that’s the child friendly way of putting it anyway.

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One Response to “WRG Downloads”

  1. Denyer says:

    All that’s needed is a download version of the original Lottery Winners On Acid single, and the new kids will know what we’re babbling on about. Maybe. :-)

    Though the first single isn’t really representative — big leap in fidelity between it and the second, and the songs have gained a lot live since then.

    "I think service stations are the modern day version of the Highway Man."


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