Vicious Kitten

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'''Vicious Kitten: the rock zine that bites''' (199?-?) was a Canberra, ACT, Australia rock music [[zine]] by Colin Gray.
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'''Vicious Kitten: the rock zine that bites''' (1995-1998) was a Canberra, ACT, Australia rock music [[zine]] edited by brothers Colin and Denis Gray. Its main focus was guitar-driven rock. There were 9 issues produced, with a total print run of over 10,000 copies.  
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Contact: Vicious Kitten, GPO BOX 20, CANBERRA ACT 2601 AUSTRALIA
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'''Vicious Kitten''' conducted and printed interviews with bands and musicians, including L7, Jeff Dahl, Freddy Lynxx, Nikki Sudden, ADZ, The Dictators and Chris Masuak from Radio Birdman.
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The [[zine ]] eventually morphed into Vicious Kitten Records, and in 1999, the label issued its first release.
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Contact: Vicious Kitten, GPO BOX 20, Canberra ACT 2601 AUSTRALIA
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Australia]] [[Category:Australian Capital Territory Zines]] [[Category:1990's publications]]
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Australia]] [[Category:Australian Capital Territory Zines]] [[Category:1990's publications]]

Revision as of 06:36, 21 November 2007

Cover of Vicious Kitten
Cover of Vicious Kitten

Vicious Kitten: the rock zine that bites (1995-1998) was a Canberra, ACT, Australia rock music zine edited by brothers Colin and Denis Gray. Its main focus was guitar-driven rock. There were 9 issues produced, with a total print run of over 10,000 copies.

Vicious Kitten conducted and printed interviews with bands and musicians, including L7, Jeff Dahl, Freddy Lynxx, Nikki Sudden, ADZ, The Dictators and Chris Masuak from Radio Birdman.

The zine eventually morphed into Vicious Kitten Records, and in 1999, the label issued its first release.

Contact: Vicious Kitten, GPO BOX 20, Canberra ACT 2601 AUSTRALIA

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