James Greer (writer)  

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"You can play either of the Unsane 45s ("This Town" b/w "Urge To Kill," Treehouse 1989, "Concrete Bed" b/w "El Mundo," Glitterhouse 1990) between Can's Tago Mago and Cream's Disraeli Gears and they'll hold up. When the 90s have passed, I'm not sure that either Cop Shoot Cop or the Unsane are going to be remembered. Like Can, both these bands strike me as future influences rather than ..."--Jim Greer in SPIN - jun 1990

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James Greer is an American novelist, screenwriter, director, musician, and critic. As a screenwriter, he is known for writing the 2018 thriller Unsane directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Claire Foy and Juno Temple, as well as the family comedies Max Keeble's Big Move, Just My Luck and The Spy Next Door. He lives in Los Angeles.

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