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Peter Perrett of The Only Ones released 'An Epic Story,' his first new LP in 20 years (stream it)

Peter Perrett fronted The Only Ones whose 1978 single "Another Girl, Another Planet" remains one of the great songs from the late '70s post-punk/new wave era. Apart from his shortlived '90s band The One, and the occasional Only Ones reunions, Perrett has been dormant musically, but has just released his first-ever solo album... Continue reading…
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