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After starting his musical career in Dunedin (an essential element to any New Zealand guitar fiend worth their salt) Paul McLaney released Pedestrian in 1997 and The Prayer Engine (with The Avalanche Trio) in 1998. Now operating under new moniker Gramsci (the name is taken from an Italian political philosopher) McLaney has hooked up with local producer David Holmes to create an album that stems from folk rock roots.…

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  • Let's hope so aye!
  • Paul McLaney's doing his solo stuff at the moment, some collaboration with an awesome live electro synthpop superband thingee called The Blush Response, just saw him twice in one week. I'm sure Gramsci will be back in some new incarnation.
  • Hey whats the go with these guys lately, are they still together? and do they play live in NZ much?
  • Fall to Earth still makes me tingle when I hear it, the way it builds and those wailing vocals...

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