The ocean roars

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'''The ocean roars''' is mainly a perzine based Berlin, Germany and made by Ardjani and Martin from [[Can I scream Distro]].  
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'''The Ocean Roars''' is mainly a [[perzine]] based in Berlin, Germany and made by [[Ardjani]] and Martin from [[Can I Scream Distro]].  
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They put together a great collection of poems, angry rants and sad contemplations on the state of the world. Thoughts on violence, on the unnecessary of marriage and animal rights are combined with personal memories and stories. The layout charmingly reflects the contents.
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They put together a collection of poems, angry rants and sad contemplations on the state of the world. Thoughts on violence, on whether marriage is necessary, and animal rights are combined with personal memories and stories in English and German. The layout charmingly reflects the contents, A5.
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[[Category:Zine|The ocean roars]] [[Category:Zines from Germany|The ocean roars]] [[Category:2000's publications|The ocean roars]]
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[[Category:Zine|Ocean Roars]] [[Category:Zines from Germany|Ocean Roars]] [[Category:2000's publications|Ocean Roars]][[Category:Perzine|Ocean Roars]]
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The cover
The cover

The Ocean Roars is mainly a perzine based in Berlin, Germany and made by Ardjani and Martin from Can I Scream Distro.

They put together a collection of poems, angry rants and sad contemplations on the state of the world. Thoughts on violence, on whether marriage is necessary, and animal rights are combined with personal memories and stories in English and German. The layout charmingly reflects the contents, A5.

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