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    The Fabulous Knobs will reunite at Raleigh Little Theater in August for the first time in 27 years. A wildly popular band in the Triangle in the early 1980s, they dissolved without breaking it big. Still, the region cherishes their beer-soaked memory. In this video, they rehearse "Love You No More" at the Pour House downtown.

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