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PEDDLING MIND PORN TO THE
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      [22.6.06] [Andrew Gallix]
    3:AM TOP 5: LEE ROURKE
    The latest issue of Scarecrow is now online, and it's one of the best. You'll find, inter alia, Heidi James, Peter Wild (Bookmunch), Matthew Coleman (The Provocative Pages), Tony O'Neill (visit his website), Stewart Home and an interview with Travis Jeppesen...

    Lee Rourke started Scarecrow out of boredom one sunday night in 2004. Ennui still haunts his soul on pretty much a daily basis, though only ever-so-slightly less now. But fear not Comrades! He lives in quotidian hope, and is convinced that one day soon Blaise Cendrars will rise again and save us all. Until then he'll be listening to:

    1. "Pablo Picasso" -- The Modern Lovers
    2. "I Feel Just Like a Child" -- Devendra Banhart
    3. "Little House of Savages" -- The Walkmen
    4. "I Can't Help Thinking About Me" -- David Bowie
    5. "Cover Me" -- Part Chimp

    See Lee's first 3:AM Top 5.

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