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Mighty dusty in here, ain't it?
The original print version of the Reglar Wiglar was published from 1993 to 2005 (go to the Web Archives). In the beginning, every band interview was completely concocted, as were most of the music reviews—and the entire staff come to think of it. Around issue eleven, however, interviews with real bands started appearing.
The Hold Steady
Lamb of God
Lying in States
New Rob Robbies
Sound Opinions, Greg Kot & Jim DeRogatis
Micah Scott, [Unwashed] Musician
The Rat Patrol Chicago Bike Club
Sluggo, Punk Rocker
White Bred & Honky M.C. Part 1
White Bred & Honky M.C. Part 2
The Vag Girls
The White Strokes
Lil' Dirty Bastard
Beer, Bräts & Broads: On the Road with the Woodrows
Hated in the Nation Part 1
Hated in the Nation Part 2
Cockroaches of the Apocalypse
Idiotorials [coming soon...]
Bastige Von Curr
Down with People
Ten Things You Can Do in Public...
Phone Etiquette Tips
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—Factsheet Five zine
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