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A second volume of "krautrock"; 27 tracks covering the years 1971-83: Can, Faust, Neu!, Amon Düül II and lots of people you've never heard of, expressing the post-war counter-cultural German psyche with a sterling mix of bravery, innocence and playfulness: electronics, gasps, screeches, yells, blues-free guitars, repetition and more repetition.

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All those so-called expert predictions about Old Albion trampling all over the Kiwi colonials are looking pretty hollow now. So here we go again. England, without being cocky, arrogant or complacent, should defeat New Zealand by some distance in the second Test which begins at the Basin Reserve tomorrow.

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Wales captain Sam Warburton

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