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Old 07.31.2017, 03:14 PM   #1
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I just read something about how there's going to be a screening of The Year Punk Broke in London soon to celebrate 25 year anniversary. That got me to thinking about something I've wondered for years... why was there never a soundtrack release? It seems so obvious: put all those performances on a soundtrack. Maybe licensing was too tricky?
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