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The Cribs' Outstanding Decade - Inside This Week's Magazine

By NME Blog

Posted on 18 Feb 13

 
 



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The Cribs: a band like no other. The ultimate punk ethos, the ultimate DIY approach to their music, one of the best live bands the world's ever seen. And to celebrate Ryan, Gary and Ross's 10 year anniversary and the release of their singles collection, Payola, the trio have picked 12 songs you've NEVER heard before to give away on a free CD that comes with your copy of NME. Buy it immediately.





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