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Hometown: Winnipeg, MB (Canada)

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G7 Welcoming Committee becomes digital-only label
It looks like Winnipeg's G7 Welcoming Committee Records is transitioning away from releasing compact discs. In the label's latest newsletter they commented: Like the stupid dodo bird and the idiotic long-horned bison, we happily announce the systematic extermination of the landfill-filling, toxic chemical-creating, warehouse shelf-sitting G7 CD. That's right, in recognition of our 10th anniversary, we are officially phasing out…
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G7 Welcoming Committee Records has posted a song online from the upcoming Subhumans album New Dark Age Parade. You can download "World At War" now. New Dark Age Parade feature 14 songs and will arrive on September 12th via the G7 in Canada and…
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Media: G7 to release new album from the Subhumans (Canada) / new digital reissues on the way
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