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What regional bands would you most like to see featured in Scene?

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"Machine Go Boom (for obvious reasons)."

-- Metal Bastard, a robot, Cleveland

"Broke by Monday. Not only are they an anomaly in this area genre-wise, but their sound is also right up there with bands with a similar style, such as Pepper, Slightly Stoopid, and Longbeach. They're bound to hit it big, and it would make us all proud to have a band like this emerge out of Cleveland, instead of San Diego or Hawaii, for a change!"

-- Stephanie P., Tremont

"Lords of the Highway."

-- Phillie N., singer-guitarist, Slack Jawed Yokels, Granger

"Cardona. They're really good. I like the new following of Ringworm that Scene has been promoting. Keep up the good work!"

-- Dr. S., South Euclid

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