Dangerous Rhythms

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'''Dangerous Rhythms''' was a zine devoted to music published by Gene Temesey.  
'''Dangerous Rhythms''' was a zine devoted to music published by Gene Temesey.  
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''Dangerous Rhythms'' was published in Piscataway, New Jersey, U.S.A. and  came out in the 1980s. Issue 4 was released in 1984, issue 6 appeared in 1985/1986, and issue 7 in Fall 1986. The zine featured photographs, concert and record reviews, articles, essays, and interviews.  
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''Dangerous Rhythms'' was published in Piscataway, New Jersey, U.S.A. and  came out in the 1980s. Issue 4 was released in 1984, issue 6 appeared in 1985/1986, issue 7 in Fall 1986, and issue 10 in Summer 1989. The zine featured photographs, concert and record reviews, articles, essays, and interviews of punk, post-punk, hardcore, and other alternative types of music.  
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Included were features on bands such as The Cure, Das Yahoos, Redd Kross, Skulls among others.  
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Included were features on bands and performers such as Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, The Cure, Das Yahoos, The Mob, Redd Kross, Skulls among others.  
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Featured on various covers were performers such as John Lydon (#4), Lydia Lunch, and Nick Cave.  
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Featured on various covers were performers such as John Lydon (#4), Lydia Lunch, and Nick Cave.
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==External Links==
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*[http://www.bad-seed.org/~cave/interviews/89-06_dr.html Interview with Nick Cave from '''Dangerous Rhythms''' #10]
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Revision as of 00:47, 30 October 2012

Dangerous Rhythms was a zine devoted to music published by Gene Temesey.

Dangerous Rhythms was published in Piscataway, New Jersey, U.S.A. and came out in the 1980s. Issue 4 was released in 1984, issue 6 appeared in 1985/1986, issue 7 in Fall 1986, and issue 10 in Summer 1989. The zine featured photographs, concert and record reviews, articles, essays, and interviews of punk, post-punk, hardcore, and other alternative types of music.

Included were features on bands and performers such as Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, The Cure, Das Yahoos, The Mob, Redd Kross, Skulls among others.

Featured on various covers were performers such as John Lydon (#4), Lydia Lunch, and Nick Cave.

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