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April 17, 2009 / Media / GO Brooklyn / Podcast / Williamsburg / Music / Smash or Trash

Speck Mountain joins the “Smash or Trash” honor roll

The Brooklyn Paper

Speck Mountain sent over its CD and asked The Brooklyn Paper’s “Smash or Trash” team to review the sultry song “Shame on My Soul” before the band’s April 26 show at The Charleston in Williamsburg. You know us — we have no shame, so we threw it into the iTunes and fired away. Join the fun as Editor Gersh Kuntzman gets outvoted!

THIS JUST IN: The Charleston show was cancelled! But enjoy the video anyway!

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Joey from Mexico City says:
Does Gersh like anything in this world?
May 1, 2009, 9:25 pm

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