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The Bluestars

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For many years, this Fresh Zealand quartet — John Harris (vocals, lead guitar), Rick Van Bokhoven (vocals, rhythm guitar), Murray Savidan (bass, vocals), and Jim Crowley (drums) — puzzled United kingdom record collectors simply because they managed to property a contract with England’s Decca Files and get yourself a solitary, “Please Be considered a Small Kind” b/w “I COULD Take It” issued for the Sceptered Isle. This led onlookers to trust how the Bluestars were British (specifically as Birmingham, Britain, had its Bluestars). In fact, they hailed from Auckland, and their Decca liaison didn’t last lengthy, the London-based label determining to spread several subsequent attempts. The gloriously overamplified fuzz-laden punk rant “Sociable End Item” was one which Decca offered, but New Zealand label Allied International do concern, and it got the Bluestars their biggest publicity ever 35 years later on, when it had been included on Rhino Information’ Nuggets II package.

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Music Songs Social End Product, I'm Over Here, I Can Take It


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Chili & Tortillas 2002 Documentary short

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The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2013 TV Series performer - 1 episode

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