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Cerberus: R. Stevie Moore - Nobody Pays Me Much Mind Until I’m Gone

I pride myself on being, shall I say, ready for anything when it comes to the contents of the tapes/LPs/CDs I get in the mail. You never know what you’ll get, believe-you-me (the other day a grunge record came in, no shit), and it’s part of the charm of working in the experimental underground realm I find myself overseeing these days. R. Stevie Moore, of course, is a legend in some circles, but to way too many he’s but a shadow, and I’ve sensed a renewed urgency to get his music out there to those who need it this year (peep jspicer’s review of another RSM cassette recently in Cerberus).
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