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Revolver was once -- briefly -- a slender but fairly reputable music rag. Now it s 100 percent devoted to head-banging, devil-shouting, goat-exploding heavy-frikkin -metal. In the most recent issue a column titled At the Strip Club focuses on Memphian and Saliva frontman Josey Scott and his relationship with the nice girls at Platinum Plus. Here s an excerpt: Revolver: Do you agree that men nowadays would rather gawk at cleavage than be confronted with the groceries flopping out there like glistening circus balloons? Scott: I like it when girls leave something to the imagination; that drives me crazy. I like the real-woman look. I like em all though; I like every one of those 31 flavors. Classy, no?

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