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Was (Not Was) is again

Don Was (right) with other members of the band, (from left) Harry Bowens, David Was, and Sweet Pea Atkinson. Don Was (right) with other members of the band, (from left) Harry Bowens, David Was, and Sweet Pea Atkinson. (Ellen stone)
By Sarah Rodman
Globe Staff / April 29, 2008

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As a producer Don Was has worked on critically acclaimed albums by everyone from Bob Dylan to Bonnie Raitt to the B-52s. This year he stepped back into the role of performer with his absurdist dance-rock band Was (Not Was), famous for its wacky 1988 hit "Walk the Dinosaur." The group recently released its first album in 16 years, called ... (Full article: 546 words)

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