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The Charlatans: Now for the Big Time

Interview by John Robb, Sounds, November 1990

Stone Roses, Happy Mondays and the Inspirals have all been tipped to break the States, but THE CHARLATANS may have the best chance of all. ...

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The Charlatans

Interview by Simon Reynolds, Spin, 1990

In the U.K., the last few years have seen the original sequence of '60s rock replayed – in reverse. Nineteen eighty-eight was the year of ...

The Charlatans

Interview by John Robb, Sounds, 1990

NOTE: This was the band’s first interview in the national music press. ...

The Charlatans: Glory Days

Interview by Simon Reynolds, Melody Maker, December 1990

1990 could well go down in the rock almanac as the year The Charlatans stole the initiative from The Stone Rose. While the figureheads of ...

The Charlatans

Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, February 1991

TONIGHT, ON the last leg of their sold-out tour of Europe, The Charlatans play Amsterdam's modish Milkweg — the Milky Way in almost bilingual Holland ...

The Charlatans: Return to Madchester

Interview by Max Bell, Vox, March 1994

After a few indiscretions, Manchester's adopted sons The Charlatans are keeping their motor running with the help of Ambient hippy Steve Hillage... ...

The Charlatans: Melkweg, Amsterdam

Live Review by Johnny Cigarettes, New Musical Express, March 1994

IT'S VALENTINE'S weekend in Amsterdam, love is in the air (and indeed, in the area), made all the more blissful by the dizzying aroma of ...

The Charlatans

Report and Interview by Jason Cohen, CMJ New Music Monthly, Fall 2001

TIM BURGESS is waiting for his man. ...

The Charlatans/Starsailor: Irving Plaza, New York

Live Review by Devon Powers, PopMatters, January 2002

What it feels like for a boy: The Charlatans, Starsailor, and musings on transatlantic masculinities. ...

The Charlatans: Academy, Islington, London ***

Live Review by Nick Hasted, Independent, The, May 2004

FEW BRITISH BANDS can tear the roof off a venue as ruthlessly as The Charlatans. It's one of the reasons for the enduring affection in ...

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