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Orange Juice: Rip It Up

Review by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, November 1982

I JUST played Buddy Holly's version of 'Rip It Up' to remind me, although Edwyn Collins gives the impression he is unfamiliar with such iconography. ...

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Orange Juice: The Sneer That Says Wish You Were Here

Profile and Interview by Paul Morley, New Musical Express, October 1980

THERE'S SOMEONE knocking on my door. A loud rap. I'm woken up with a start. I open the door. ...

Orange Juice: The Venue, London

Live Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, January 1982

SOMETHING IS happening with Orange Juice. I'm not sure what it is, but I'm certain I don't like it. ...

Orange Juice: You Can't Hide Your Love Forever

Review by Leyla Sanai, New Musical Express, February 1982

SOME PEOPLE are irritated by Orange Juice. Onstage, they're relaxed and unrehearsed, and execute their clear-cut sound with such disregard for criteria such as tightness, ...

Orange Juice: You Can't Hide Your Love Forever (Polydor)**

Review by Betty Page, Sounds, February 1982

AHH, ST Valentine's Day! Dingle-dongle Meepy Goblin loves Fluffy Bunny Wunny, Rickiepoos wants Leggy Plumplet-Puds to be his Potato Dumpling and Owange Juiciepies expect their ...

Orange Juice: From A Postcard To A Postage Stamp

Interview by Chris Bohn, New Musical Express, October 1982

HATE – WITHOUT wanting to sound faddish about such a thing – is once more where the heart is. ...

Orange Juice/The Go Betweens: Lyceum, London

Live Review by Mat Snow, New Musical Express, April 1983

THERE COMES a time in every upwardly mobile popster's career when he/she is faced with the almost inevitable prospect of playing the Lyceum. The ...

Orange Juice: Texas Fever (Polydor)

Review by Don Watson, New Musical Express, March 1984

TO MAKE things clear from the start, Texas Fever arouses an excitement I thought I may be in danger of forgetting, at least in connection ...

Orange Juice

Profile by Julian Henry, Underground, March 1987

Edwyn Collins's journey into immortality started in
the wee small hours with Alan Home's Postcard label. Eventually his brainchild and whipping post, Orange
Juice, were snapped up ...

Orange Juice: Where Are They Now?

Profile by Martin Aston, Q, July 1992

AS SELF-EFFACING drummer Stephen Daly said, Orange Juice were "the smartest band on the island at the time. We had no affiliation with anyone – ...

Orange Juice: The Best Of

Review by Mark Cooper, Q, September 1992

THE GUINNESS BOOK Of British Hit Singles offers no less than nine entries for Orange Juice, beginning in November 1981, with their cover of Al ...

Orange Juice: The Glasgow School (Domino)

Review by Ian Watson, Yahoo! Music, July 2005

THERE'S A TOUCHING sense of karma to the release of this album. Having made a small fortune from their typically prescient signing of Franz Ferdinand, ...

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