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ARTICLES IN LIBRARY

Construction Time Again: The House That Shack Built

Interview by Roy Wilkinson, Sounds, March 1988

Liverpool's SHACK discuss the concrete and clay behind their latest album. ROY WILKINSON unearths the EastEnders and Derek Hatton influence. ...

Shack: Shed Heaven

Interview by Ted Kessler, New Musical Express, March 1998

Smack addiction, tragic death and a clueless music biz may have conspired against the fortunes of genius singer-songwriter MICK HEAD and his band SHACK, but ...

Shack: Talking Heads

Interview by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, May 1999

This is a story of highs and lows. Of drug addiction, of long lost albums, wasted opportunities and ultimately — perhaps — much deserved success. ...

Shack: All You Need is Love

Interview by Tom Cox, Guardian, The, June 1999

Tom Cox finds the Head brothers of Shack in Liverpool — but spiritually, they're in Los Angeles, circa 1967 ...

Head Masterful: Shack: L2, Liverpool

Live Review by Stevie Chick, New Musical Express, November 1999

BACKSTAGE, the band's name is being wielded as a verb — to get "Shacked". As in to be drawn into Shack's chaotic, hedonistic tailwinds. To ...

Heads Down: Shack

Interview by Gavin Martin, Uncut, June 2006

MARCH 2006, and in Liverpool feral rat-faced folk with the lean and hungry look seem to be everywhere. Junkies - on the street or selling ...

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