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May 2, 2008 The Dirtbombs' "Leopardman at C&A" features an unlikely collaboration: Its words were penned by comics writer Alan Moore for use by his friends in Bauhaus. But singer Mick Collins sets them to his own brisk Bo Diddley beat, so Moore's evocative depictions of a corporate world fallen into savagery are showcased at their funny and despairing best.
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