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Mon, 09 Oct 2006

100% Pure New Zealand Music / Louis Bernstone
100% Pure New Zealand Music I hope you won't be too shocked, but I'm about to reveal a deep-seated prejudice. It's about New Zealand. Yeah, I know; nice people don't talk about these things.

But it's true. After spending a month there a couple of years ago I've become hopelessly hooked on the place and everything about it; irreversably contaminated, one might say. Which is a Farscape reference. And that's a whole different country, although one that's nearby. And one that supplied two of the show's leads.

Which is all irrelevant to the fact that I kind of knew I'd like Louis Bernstone's album even before I heard it. The name was enough. And there's an object lesson here: sometimes your prejudices are right. Not often. But sometimes. Like now, for example.

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