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Monday 1st February 1999

Bass player Trip has been reported to of sold over 3,000 copies of 'Dacing About Architecture'

Big arrrrrhhhhhh. Incredible American bass player, Trip (not to be confused with the British drum 'n' bass band) reports that his debut 10 square CR reviewed CD 'Dancing About Architecture' has now sold over 3,000 copies via mail order and is still going strong. His next one is due soon and contains songs with weird titles like "Brick Wall At Zero?" and "Wide-eyed With The Benevolent Bumpy People". Sounds like the album really is a trip!

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