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Suburban Voice

Suburban Voice is a punk fanzine published on Peabody, Massachusetts, by writer Al Quint. Originally started in 1982, it was titled Suburban Punk for the first 10 issues, and then the titled changed to Suburban Voice. The fanzine is noted for its in-depth interviews and detailed music reviews. The last print issue was in 2003. Since then, it's been an on-line blog.

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Bad Brains: An Interview with HR

Interview by Al Quint, Suburban Voice, Winter 1987

PROBABLY THE MOST unusual interview I've ever encountered in my 4 years of doing this 'zine. In a haze of marijuana smoke, surrounded by several ...

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