Damn Latin

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'''Damn Latin''' is a UK music fanzine from Nuneaton, England edited by Phil Clarke, which ran from 1980-1982 featuring reviews and interviews of mainly local acts. Phil later went on to perform musically with Adventures in Reality editor [[Alan Rider]] as one half of synth duo Stress and as a solo act under the name Patternclear, releasing material on cassette, vinyl and CD.
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'''Damn Latin''' is a UK music fanzine from Nuneaton, England edited by [[Phil Clarke]], which ran from 1980-1982.
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''Damn Latin'' featuring reviews and interviews of mainly local acts. Phil later went on to perform musically with Adventures in Reality editor [[Alan Rider]] as one half of synth duo Stress and as a solo act under the name Patternclear, releasing material on cassette, vinyl and CD.
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Damn Latin is a UK music fanzine from Nuneaton, England edited by Phil Clarke, which ran from 1980-1982.

Damn Latin featuring reviews and interviews of mainly local acts. Phil later went on to perform musically with Adventures in Reality editor Alan Rider as one half of synth duo Stress and as a solo act under the name Patternclear, releasing material on cassette, vinyl and CD.

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