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Record Mirror

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Stiff it!

(We don't mean it really)

Tim Lott

Stiff recording artists
Hits Greatest Stiffs
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Tags: Hits Greatest StiffsRadio SweetheartJake RivieraNick LoweHeart Of The CityYou Gotta LoseRichard HellCincinnati FatbackRoogalatorThe DamnedStiff Records

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Record Mirror, September 24, 1977


Tim Lott reviews Hits Greatest Stiffs.


My Aim Is True is No. 22 on the album chart (page 2).

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1977-09-24 Record Mirror page 14 clipping 01.jpg
Clipping.


Cover, clipping and page scan.
1977-09-24 Record Mirror cover.jpg 1977-09-24 Record Mirror page 02 clipping 01.jpg 1977-09-24 Record Mirror page 14.jpg

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