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New Applause for British Bar Band's Lone Effort

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New Applause for British Bar Band's Lone Effort

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New Applause for British Bar Band's Lone Effort

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Fans of the band The Clash have long rooted around in record bins for the one album of a similar but obscure British bar band from the 1970s called The 101ers. John Brady reviews Elgin Avenue Breakdown, which has been re-released by Astralwerks.

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Album
Elgin Avenue Breakdown
Artist
The 101'ers
Label
Astralwerks
Released
2005

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