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January 24, 2005



I just read Beijing Baby, and she mentions PK14 and Yang Haisong. She also has a character who claims that Cold Blooded Animals is an embarassment to Shandong province.


See 'em live!
P.K.14 are playing tonight (Saturday, January 29) with Subs and Rebuilding the Rights of Statue.

9.30pm at Wuming Gaodi (Nameless Highland)
200 meters north of the Yanyuncun Hospital intersection.
Tel: 6489 1613


Love the sound of this band...they have three MP3 up at Wuhan punk. I'm trying to find out if they are playing in Beijing anytime soon as I will be there for the May holidays? I'm based in Guangzhou and am finding it hard to locate the local band scene. I'm here for a year and am dying to play some music and see some rock!

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