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Morning Line for Feb 8/95: Sloan "News"



This news summary from Morning Line, an online news digest published by a
Kings College Journalism class:

Co-editor Mark Mullane is, I assume, the same Mark Mullane who is a 
member of Raleigh Sport/State Champs and of SloanNet.

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                              The Morning Line
                      News And Views From Nova Scotia
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Date: 02/08/95
THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT
SLOAN THINKING ABOUT BREAKING UP: Sloan, the popular  Nova Scotia
alternative band, is about to hit the road in Ontario and Quebec for what
could be its last tour. Guitarist Jay Ferguson says some decisions
concerning the band's future have already been made. Manager Chip
Sutherland talked about a possible break-up last month, citing the band's
unhappiness with the way its record label, Geffen Records, promoted its
latest release. Twice Removed, has not been selling as well as their debut
album, Smeared, which sold between 125,000 and 135,000 copies. CHRONICLE
HERALD A17
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TODAY'S EDITORS: Claudette Germain, Stuart Golfman, Jamie MacDougall, Mark
Mullane, Steve Sutherland

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