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Don't Just Fight the Power, Kill It

More than 30 years into their existence, Green Pajamas are still going strong. I first saw them back in the 80s. Dang, do I feel old.

by Jon Davis, Published 2017-02-20


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Related artist(s): The Green Pajamas

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