A foul-mouthed reprobate works in a traditionally wholesome profession with young people secretly plots to serve her own ends.
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Atlantic's Stone Temple Pilots and Capitol's Butthole Surfers co-headlined, both celebrating major label debut records, "Core" and "Independent Worm Saloon," respectively.
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