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Old Thrashers Reunion – The Mill 3/27/10



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Bad Accident

Long live the old thrashers.

Liberty Leg, Acoustic Guillotine, HOTT, and Bad Accident demonstrated last night once again the how and the why, a night in the life, a little sliver of the all-Iowa City rock n roll royalty pie. A little taste is all you need really, but last night we bathed in it.

Here’s a clip of HOTT, which, as promised… Destroyed.

Video: Drew Bulman for Little Village

Having followed the band (literally – like, creepily) for about 6 years, I fancy myself a Liberty Leg connoisseur, and last night’s performance was as dirty and swingin’ as any I’ve seen before.

Video: Drew Bulman for Little Village

### PHOTOS BY ZAKERY NEUMANN ###

Bad Accident
HOTT
HOTT
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Watch this space for photo and video of this year’s bash.  Contribute to this archive by sending photos,videos and commentary to Matt@LittleVillageMag.com

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