Meet the men of Nitzer Ebb at FashioNation this Wednesday

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We're sure you enjoyed our Q&A with Vaughn Harris of Nitzer Ebb last week. But maybe you were wondering why we didn't ask him about that one b-side off the band's second single, or why they never remixed Madonna, or how much practice it took to perfect those pouty/scary looks on display in the picture up above. Well then, Wednesday November 25 is your lucky day, because the band is doing a meet and greet for fans from 3 to 4 p.m. at FashioNation, 613 East 13th Avenue. We presume you can ask them to sign stuff, get the lowdown on the inspiration for your favorite tunes, and/or try to get them to listen to your bitching demo -- whatever your little industrial/EBM-loving heart desires.

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