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First in A Field of One
Review by Alison Reijman
The past two years have been a real step into the unknown for former Pallas frontman Alan Reed who parted company from the band nearly three years ago in acrimonious fashion.

Alan Reed
Interview by Alison Reijman
Interview with Alan Reed from 2012

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