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Alan Vega


Alan Vega: Collision Drive (Celluloid)

Review by Barney Hoskyns, New Musical Express, 1981

AS THE mercurial ‘Jukebox Babe’ starts to makes its steady impact as a 12-inch, here is an even grittier reinterpretation of The Great American Rock ...

Alan Vega: Collision Drive (Celluloid)

Review by Ralph Traitor, Sounds, January 1982

ALAN VEGA'S recent departure into ersatz neo-rockabilly will elicit a variety of responses from his admirers. Some will call it a sell-out, but that's a ...

Alan Vega: Life After Suicide

Interview by Roy Trakin, Creem, February 1984

ONCE UPON A time, in the early '70s, long before currently voguish "new music" outfits like Soft Cell, Yaz and Human League, there was Suicide. ...

Alan Vega: Just a Million Dreams

Review by Lindsay Hutton, Sounds, September 1985

OVER THE years, many lesser talents have taken chapter and verse out of the Vega book, and who can blame them? Not me. ...

Alan Vega

Retrospective and Interview by Jeremy Gluck, unpublished, 1988

NOTE: Another unpublished piece for Bucketful of Brains from the prolific pen of Mr Jeremy Gluck, this time on Suicide's Alan Vega, written in 1988 ...

Alan Vega: Scream Baby Scream

Interview by Ralph Traitor, Sounds, June 1990

Ralph Traitor talks to the legendary Alan Vega, and finds one of rock's true originals with his finest solo album in years, and a man ...

Alan Vega

Interview by Chris Campion, Dazed & Confused, July 2002

IT'S TAKEN 30 years for Alan Vega to make the transition from surly street punk and art world agitator to New York institution. Better known ...

see also Suicide

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