Recorded on August 18th 2003, Chris Douridas talks in his show New Ground with David Sylvian about the release of Blemish.
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Singer/songwriter David Sylvian is our guest this week on Newground.
The former leader of the influential romantic rock group Japan tells
host Chris Douridas about what he’s been up to lately, his experimental
new release “Blemish” , and a possible Japan reunion.
Will air Tuesday, September 2, 2003
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