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Damn, the White Drugs are good! Addicting, even -- so good they make your ears ring and your face go numb. So here's your hit -- from Denton’s White Drugs, whose fun, fuzzy, freaky punk will smack you right in the face.

The Drugs will release Harlem, their debut album, May 28 at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios in Denton; Record Hop opens. Look for a review of the CD in the May 23 paper version of Unfair Park. Till then, let us fix your jones with a standout track from the CD, “Kleaning Kru.” We can quit anytime. Really. --Jonanna Widner

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