For The Glory

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  • Brown (From Clash Magazine): "It's kind of addressing that I'm still here like 20 years later and I'm still going and I've still got a long way to go. I've come a long way already, but I've still got a long distance to go. I'm still the musical Marathon Man, because I'm still running. And there's not many who come out in '88, '89 who still are."

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