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Steve Lucas of X (1of2)

by Paul Cashmere on August 27, 2011

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X spearheaded punk’s early days in Australia.

The Sydney band started in 1978, fronted by Steve Lucas. The band’s ‘X Aspirations’ is now considered one of Aussie rock’s most influential and individual albums.

Steve came from a broken home and today uses his time to talk about the issues of child abuse. He is also a spokesperson fro Child Wise.

He has a fascinating story and tells it to Paul Cashmere at noise11.com

Watch part 2 of the Steve Lucas interview here

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