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Steve and Anthony Horan talk about the MATS tour, Peter's return and videos Print E-mail
Written by Anthony Horan   
Sunday, 01 September 1996
Sixteen years after their first record met public ears, The Church are still very much an entity, still relevant, and still releasing albums. Over recent years much has changed in the Church camp, yet the central core of the band - Steve Kilbey and Marty Willson-Piper - remains intact, and for many long-time fans that?s been enough. 1994?s epic double-disc album Sometime Anywhere was cut as a duo, and the band?s journey further and further from the Standard Rock Band ethic was documented therein, familiar pop-format songs being extended for as long as the mood required. It was to be the last album that The Church?s US label, Arista, would release from the band.
Steve talks to theI about Magician Print E-mail
Written by Mike Gee   
Sunday, 01 September 1996
This interview is still online at so go and read their lovely site :)
Steve talks about Jack Frost and other early 1996 things Print E-mail
Written by Ashley O'Halloran   
Saturday, 20 April 1996
Steve Kilbey, talking on Melbourne radio station 3PBS, as part of a Church special broadcast on April 20, 1996. "Um..."s, "er..."s and "y'know"s have been deleted.
Steve and Brett Dicks talk about Snow Job Print E-mail
Written by Brett Leigh Dicks   
Monday, 01 April 1996
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