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  1. Roadrunner was the rock and roll magazine I published in Adelaide in the golden age of Australian post-punk and pub rock (). It took its name from the Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers song that was an unlikely UK chart hit in The song includes the lines: I say roadrunner once Roadrunner twice I’m in love with rock ‘n’ roll And I’ll be out all night.
  2. Nov 06,  · Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One Distribution US Roadrunner · Alvin Breeden Stelling Banjo Anthology ℗ Rebel Records Llc Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. Teenage Kicks Philadelphia * Kansas City. Friday, August 31, mmmm: Up Above My Head. Up above my head, Up above my head. I can hear music in the air, I hear music in the air. Up above my head, Up above my head. I can hear music in the air, I hear music in the air.
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  5. Part three of the Q&A about the Roadrunner anthology, The Big Beat at Title Barangaroo. Mark Dodshon asks Donald Robertson about the decision to put unsigned young Aboriginal band No Fixed Address on the cover and Peter Oxley recalls how things got out of hand for Sunnyboys when they weren’t being listened to.
  6. Oct 30,  · Teenage Kicks chronicles one of pop music's most exciting periods--the glory days of punk and new wave. The album includes a whopping twenty-seven Top Ten Hits, eight of which went all the way to No.1 in the Official UK Singles Chart/5(38).

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