Band of the month

June 1994
Seventeen;Jun94, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p82
Features the music performers called Morphine. Performance of Morphine in the South by Southwest Music Fest; Origins of the band; Musical style of the group; Recommendation of the group's compact disc entitled `Cure for Pain'.


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