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The Sundays: Sunday's Best

Interview by Chris Roberts, Melody Maker, January 1989

Late last year, Chris Roberts stumbled upon the Sundays playing a support gig in one of London's many watering holes. Stunned by their brilliance, he ...

The House of Love: The House of Love (PolyGram); The Sundays: Reading, Writing and Arithmetic (Geffen)

Review by Pat Blashill, Spin, June 1990

ENGLAND BREEDS pop sensations almost as efficiently as the American suburbs birth thrash metal bands. And there's a time delay: American cultural ambassadors like Anthrax ...

They Do Like Sundays

Interview by Len Brown, Vox, January 1991

They do like the sundays in japan, where their three-rs album title was renamed for local pronunciation and they like 'em in the States. Despite ...

The Sundays: Blind Optimism

Interview by Nick Coleman, Time Out, December 1992

After the sheer brilliance of their debut album, The Sundays have delivered a follow-up, Blind, which is... not quite so fabulous. Nick Coleman goes to ...

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