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Fried Rice: In the Hot Seat with Ben Murphy

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Ben Murphy just sat in the Hot Seat and informed us Bring Back the Guns might not be able to make it. "Apparently, they're having difficulty getting into their practice space."

HPMA Must-see's: The free drinks in the VIP. Hearts of Animals, Spain Colored Orange, Sharks and Sailors and Scattered Pages because

Your Votes (that aren't your band): Best Guitarist: Eric Bogle -- He just wants to have to a trophy that says he's good at guitar.

"Most Played" Tunes Your iPod: A lot of Tom Petty (Hootenanny preperation), Booker T and the MGs, hits Stax Records boxed set.

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