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How Bruce Haack Went From Composing Children’s Music To Making One Of Canada’s Weirdest Electronic Albums

Stream The Telephone Explosion Reissue Of 'The Electric Lucifer,' His 1970 Masterpiece About The Battle Between Heaven And Hell.
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