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Kent coming down off rock’s mystery train

In the final chapter of Apathy For The Devil, Nick Kent admits that the 1980s more or less passed him by ‘‘like some big long money train that I’d been pointedly excluded fromboarding’’.

27th February, 2010

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By Nick Kent

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