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The Stones Remain, the Soft Boys Are Gone

The audio quality isn't great, but there's not a lot of video footage available of this great band.

by Jon Davis, Published 2017-06-12


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): Robyn Hitchcock, The Soft Boys

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IQ - Forever Live – What, no "Material Girl?" I remember hearing of this supposed IQ live CD+Video compilation about two and a half years ago when IQ played in San Jose. Three years after the actual...  (1997) » Read more

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