September 1982
New Yorker;9/13/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 30, p123
The article presents a comment about the advertisement published in one local publication. The advertisement allegedly states the need for a drummer as well as bass guitar for hard rock band. Stage experience or sex being not a prerequisite then follows in the advertisement. However, as a comment, it is asked why the second sentence was brought up when it claimed to be no relevance at all.


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