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Old 01-11-2017, 04:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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In part, I'm starting this thread because Alien Sex Fiend is one of my longtime favorite bands and I just realized they don't have their own thread here. But also, I just stumbled across this interview with them and wanted somewhere to put it. I've been listening to them for twenty-five years and I think this is the first interview I've ever seen with them. There's something just so endearing about this video—seeing a couple who've managed to stay together and managed to keep making the music they want to make for thirty years is so cool. And they seem so down to earth, just two regular people you could easily have a conversation with, who also happen to make amazing, weird, hard to classify music. Anyway, here it is:

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