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The Exciting Hellebore Shew
An introduction to Tape-Dropping
Regular Show
Dan Wilson
 Salim Fadhley  Contact Contributor
Aug. 10, 2005, 9:48 a.m.
A documentary on audio-flyering (or tapedropping): the unfine art of purposefully dropping a cassette of supposedly messed-up "distressed" music and sound as an affront to music retail.
An ideal shew for tapedropping beginners. Dan Wilson ambles through the streets of Bishop's Stortford town centre to reconoitre various spaces for their tapedropping potential. With contributions (in no particular order) from David Shearing, Jasmine Fletcher, Denny Cartwright, Peter Rowlinson, Ed Cooper, nasty kids, an anonymous barmaid and of course Paul Westwood for the mindblowing Fun 7 theme song.

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