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December 31, 2008 / Media / Brooklyn news / Podcast / Music / Smash or Trash

This week’s Smash or Trash: Padre Pio

The Brooklyn Paper

The Brooklyn Paper’s “Smash or Trash” panel convened once again in our DUMBO newsroom to review the new single by Bushwick-based Padre Pio. How does the band’s Roxy-Music-style tune, “Madeline,” hold up? Listen for yourself as Editor Gersh Kuntzman and the “Smash or Trash” team of Mike McLaughlin, Sarah Portlock and Ben Muessig weigh in.

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BD from Red Hook says:
How does one hold the name of Padre Pio in their mouth- when regarding a group. This saint who has done good to many,should be left out of print- if only for the good, cases of healing, that we should read and hear about during the year.
Jan. 5, 2009, 1:05 pm

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