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  • "They eventually called me in to sign a contract and she was there", Nurmi told Bizarre magazine in 2005.Maila Nurmi-Wikipedia
  • Blood Mountain was also named best album of 2006 in the 10th anniversary birthday edition (issue 119) of Bizarre.Mastodon (band)-Wikipedia
  • In 2009, she posed on the cover of Bizarre winning their first ever "Cover Girl Search" competition, after which she was signed to London-based modeling agency Girl Management.Skin Diamond-Wikipedia
  • In 2006, Sophie's management of IMM also signed an exclusive, 12-month deal (for 2007) with Dennis Publishing for Sophie to frequently feature in Maxim and Bizarre.Sophie Howard-Wikipedia
  • The Freak Emporium was reviewed and featured on BBC Radio 6 (The Freakzone), and in magazines and newspapers including The Guardian, Bizarre and Record Collector.Delerium Records-Wikipedia
  • They also created a video for the single (showing a master training an apprentice in martial arts using salami and bacon), which was chosen as 'Video of the Decade' by Bizarre magazine.Pepe Deluxé-Wikipedia

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