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Connecticut punk rocker opens record store in hometown

The Static Era shop is at 43 River St., across the street from the Milford train station. Reason, who lives in the neighborhood, knows the station well from years of commuting to a corporate music job in New York. “I toured for years, for years,” he says, with his nationally known hardcore bands Voice of Reason and The Distance, “and I always came back here.

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