Squat Cobbler 71: Ian Hunter – Welcome to the Club (album review)

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Squat Cobbler 70: Type O Negative – October Rust (album review)

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Squat Cobbler 68: Deep Watch – Endless Fragments of Time (album / EP review)

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Squat Cobbler 67: Billion Dollar Babies – Battle Axe (album review)

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Squat Cobbler 66: Alice Cooper – A Paranormal Evening at the Olympia Paris (review)

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Squat Cobbler 65: Captain Beefheart – Shiny Beast (Bat Chain Puller) (review)

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Squat Cobbler 64: Psychotica – Psychotica (review)

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Squat Cobbler 63: Graham Parker – Struck By Lightning (review)

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Squat Cobbler 62: Voltaire- The Devil’s Bris (review)

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Squat Cobbler 61: Kinks – Misfits (review)

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