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Slightly Odway: Catzilla V Hoodoo Gurus

Wednesday 31st October / presented by Taylah Strano

"That's a classic album but if people think of the Hoodoo Gurus they mostly think of what's my scene or tunes that went big for them - but that first amazing and I guess there's that bit of the 60s sort of thing going which we have a bit as well."

Catzilla brought us the spookiest of Slightly Odways this week with their take on Hoodoo Gurus Dig It Up.

They joined Breakfast with Taylah and got right into the fright night theme for Wednesday October 31.

Video: Matt Puccinelli from Captura Obscura
Audio: Terri Bellem from Planetarrium Audio

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