November 25th, 2013
dynamitehemorrhage
I wrote this review for Superdope #1 fanzine in 1990, right after the coldest night I think we’ve ever had in the San Francisco Bay Area – 17 degrees. Steve Watson slipped on some ice and fell hard to the ground on this night. That never happens here. Clear that I was already tiring of The Dwarves here; unfortunately they didn’t quite feel the joke had grown cold just yet.

I wrote this review for Superdope #1 fanzine in 1990, right after the coldest night I think we’ve ever had in the San Francisco Bay Area – 17 degrees. Steve Watson slipped on some ice and fell hard to the ground on this night. That never happens here.

Clear that I was already tiring of The Dwarves here; unfortunately they didn’t quite feel the joke had grown cold just yet.

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    From the pages of Superdope #1. Jay sorta tires of the Dwarves, his friend slips on ice and everyone freezes their butts...
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