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Liz Phair: HQ Club, London

Andrew Smith, The Guardian, 29 September 1993

A FEW years back, with acid house at its peak and video games beginning to bite into record sales, there emerged a theory that rock music was finally approaching its sell-by date. It had lost its ability to shock and innovate, so the suggestion ran.

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