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zine review:

Big Hands

The best way to approach this issue of Big Hands is to first ask yourself: Am I a Chumbawamba fan? Am I the kind of fan that can never know enough about this band? If the answer is yes, then you don’t need to read the rest of this review. Just go and pick up this zine and enjoy. Now, for the rest of us, here’s a breakdown of what to expect. After a bewildering intro page, the first half of this zine is an Ongoing History of New Music-style history of Chumbawamba that, in itself, isn’t much more to be said about this. If this description appeals to you, this zine is for you. If it doesn’t, give it a miss. (J. Blackmore)

Zine, Aaron Lake Smith, issue 5.5: The Chumbawamba Issue, $2, 1104 Imperial Road Cary, NC 27511, USA

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