Ten; Ten

by My Mean Magpie

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about

The Year is 1998 and Lil’ RedWagon (run by Chris Abbott) is a new label just starting out, and a zine called Tape-Gun (written by Five Seventeen from My Mean Magpie Records) is approaching it’s third issue. Both are working on separate compilations. Lil’ Red Wagon focused its’ sights on the music of Japan and Tape-Gun was compiling artists for a cassette to accompany the next issue. They knew one another and, at the time, it seemed to make sense to pool their resources and funds and release a full blown CD. And the music began to pour in...

As is the story with many of these compilations, funds, time and delays keep putting off the release. Bands break up, lose contact and everything gets lost, only to be released elsewhere or never. However, though the delays happened, the funds disappeared, and many of the bands disappeared, Ten; Ten got its release.

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released October 1, 2002

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My Mean Magpie Toronto, Ontario

Founded in 1995, and steeped in the influences and traditions of Shrimper, Simple Machines, and Teen-Beat, My Mean Magpie released the cassette and CDR recordings of friends and like-minded acquaintances.

My Mean Magpie, is largely inactive these days, but will occasionally issue new releases and re-issues as time and interest allow.
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