The Devil on 45

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The Devil on 45 is a music zine from Dublin, Ireland.

The Devil on 45 is an A4 zine that is put together by Ed Spudmonkey who previously wrote Lucidity. The zine covers the stranger side of music, from censorship to legends and music folklore. The first issue was released in early 2006 and had an interview with Cynthia Plaster Caster, an article by John Marr of Murder Can Be Fun zine, a part of an article by David Ensminger of Left of the Dial zine, and articles on the story of the FBI, and "Louie Louie" and Censorship. The second issue was released in late 2006 and had an interview with Luk Haas, an article on Charles Manson, another contribution by David Ensminger, and other articles relating to music.

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