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KUT's On the Record: Honus Honus of Man Man

From: KUT
Series: KUT's On the Record
Length: 10:15

Ryan Kattner, better known as Honus Honus, front man for the strangely irresistible rock outfit, Man Man, talks about an album that changed his perspective: Can's Delay 1968. Read the full description.

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The narrator's last words are at 3:21. Music continues to 10:15 with optional fade.