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Live Review by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 21 April 2003
WHILE BLUR AND OASIS can flit from mansion to stadium, fate has been less generous to Britpop's other leading lights. While many have abandoned pop ...
The Bluetones: Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
Live Review by Stevie Chick, New Musical Express, 9 October 1999
UNHIP HOORAY! ...
The Bluetones: Bolt From The Blue
Interview by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 19 February 2000
Take one top Rottweiler, introduce it to an indie band, throw in some irresponsible comments about the "dilution of English culture" and await the inevitable ...
The Bluetones: Story of the Blues
Obituary by Susan Corrigan, i-D, March 1996
BRITPOP? NOT THIS YEAR, THANKS. THE NEXT BIG NOISE COMES FROM FOUR UNASSUMING HOUNSLOW LADS WITH NO BANDWAGON TO CATCH. THEY ARE THE BLUETONES AND ...
The X-rated Files: The Bluetones
Report and Interview by Robin Bresnark, Melody Maker, 1 August 1998
MARK MORRISS lifts up his shirt and winces. It's not a pretty sight – a jumbled wash of red, black and blue, like a colour ...
The Bluetones: Feeling Supersonic, Here Comes 'Bluetonic'!
Interview by Everett True, Melody Maker, 23 September 1995
THE BLUETONES have neatly dodged 'new Stone Roses' tags to become the first, and arguably the best, Britpop band from Hounslow. EVERETT TRUE reckons they're the ...
The Bluetones: We Have Lift Off!
Interview by Ian Watson, Melody Maker, 10 February 1996
When Melody Maker first put THE BLUETONES on the front cover last September, most people wondered who the f*** they were. Now, of course, everybody ...
The Bluetones: Return To The Last Chance Saloon (Superior Quality Recordings) ***
Review by Caitlin Moran, Select, May 1998
This album contains the immortal line, "Maybe the sky will fall/And maybe kill us all/Or just the very tall". ...
Supergrass, The Bluetones: Caught By The Buzz
Report and Interview by Everett True, Melody Maker, 10 March 1995
Have you heard the new Maker motto? They're On The Cover On Tuesday, They're In The Chart On Sunday! First Portishead, then Sleeper, and now ...
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