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FANE FLAWS - NEW MISTAKES
Fane Michael Flaws (born 1951) is a New Zealand musician, songwriter, and artist. He was a member of bands including Blerta, Spats and The Crocodiles. Until joining Blerta he was known by his second name Michael: Bruno Lawrence insisted Fane was a better name.
When he was in The Crocodiles, he wrote the song "Tears" with Arthur Baysting . The single reached number 17 in the New Zealand charts .
He wrote songs for the films Braindead and Meet the Feebles .
He animated the titles for Radio with Pictures, a Television New Zealand programme featuring popular and alternative music.
He is co-author, with Arthur Baysting and Peter Dasent, of the children's book The Underwater Melon Man and Other Unreasonable Rhymes. The book was published in 1998, a CD in 1999. In 2011, an edition was published with a DVD. Musicians appearing include Chris Knox, Jenny Morris, Neil Finn, Tim Finn, Renée Geyer, Tony Backhouse, Bic Runga and Boh Runga, the Topp Twins, Che Fu & King Kapisi and Dave Dobbyn.
He also designs rugs, paints and creates assemblage art works from found objects such as demolition timber and building fittings.
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