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Heavy Metal Part 5: Motorhead - Duncan Wilder Johnson - Destruct-A-Thon (CD)

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  3. Sep 08,  · Destruct-A-Thon Destruct-A-Thon was put together by the frontman, a guy named Duncan Wilder Johnson. A long time ago he published zines of letters he sent to corporations asking them stupid questions long before Jerry Seinfeld or anyone else did it poorly.
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