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Artist:Martha & The Muffins
Desc:1984 song about racial segregation in music radio formatting.
Category:Music Videos, Misc/Unknown
Tags:canada, 1984, martha & the muffins, CanCon
Submitted:sasazuka
Date:10/04/16
Views:332
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sasazuka
This was one of the songs released by Martha & The Muffins during the era when they went as "M+M".

Also of interest in this video for those of us who sperg about classic Hot Wheels cars is that it features the very first variation of the Classic Packard casting from 1983 designed by the great Larry Wood, a casting which wouldn't re-appear again in the Hot Wheels lineup until 1997, and a white version of which wouldn't get released until the Larry's Garage 21-car set in 2009 (it was one of the exclusives in the set). I have the green Larry's Garage version that was sold separately plus the 2010 basic Hot Wheels Treasure Hunt version (the regular TH, not the $uper TH) and the 2012 Boulevard release (also in black).
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