Drink, Fight, And Fuck!

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'''Drink, Fight, And Fuck!''' (often refered to as "DFF") is a [[punk]] [[zine]], specifically on [[punk]] in the [[Boston]] and [[New England]] area. It was started in Boston, Massachusetts in December of 2006 by [[Luccifer]]. The zine has had 6 issues out as of June 2007. The zine usually consists of 3 band interviews, one of them with the featured band. It also usually consists of a couple album reviews and several show reviews. It is released bi-monthly. [[Luccifer]] has interviewed Gang Green, The Freeze, Mission Of Burma, The Queers, The Street Dogs, The Unseen, and many more.
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'''Drink, Fight, And Fuck!''' (often referred to as "DFF") is a [[punk]] [[zine]], specifically focussing on [[punk]] in the Boston and New England area.  
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'''Drink, Fight, and Fuck!''' was started in Boston, Massachusetts in December of 2006 by [[Luccifer]]. Six issues have been released as of June 2007. The zine usually consists of 3 band interviews, one of them with the featured band. It also usually consists of a couple album reviews and several show reviews. It is released bi-monthly. [[Luccifer]] has interviewed Gang Green, The Freeze, Mission Of Burma, The Queers, The Street Dogs, The Unseen, and many more.
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Drink, Fight, And Fuck! (often referred to as "DFF") is a punk zine, specifically focussing on punk in the Boston and New England area.

Drink, Fight, and Fuck! was started in Boston, Massachusetts in December of 2006 by Luccifer. Six issues have been released as of June 2007. The zine usually consists of 3 band interviews, one of them with the featured band. It also usually consists of a couple album reviews and several show reviews. It is released bi-monthly. Luccifer has interviewed Gang Green, The Freeze, Mission Of Burma, The Queers, The Street Dogs, The Unseen, and many more.

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