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Rip Rig and Panic

Rip Rig and Panic

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Rip Rig & Panic

Interview by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, 12 June 1982

"OH NOOOO! Look at this one! Look at Springer's head!" ...

Rip Rig & Panic: I Am Cold (Virgin)

Review by Barney Hoskyns, New Musical Express, 19 June 1982

RIP, RIG & PANIC definitely ARE a manifestation of something obscene: music as an expression of HEALTH. Like the kind of swarthy boor who practises ...

Rip Rig and Panic: I Am Cold (Virgin)

Review by Lynden Barber, Melody Maker, 19 June 1982

THINK OF Rip Rig And Panic and think of wily freedom, wit and dazzle, a flurry of mayhem to disrupt these days of a rapidly ...

Rip Rig and Panic: The Ace, London

Live Review by Mark Cooper, Record Mirror, 8 January 1983

CHOOSING TO take the Ace by storm, Rip Rig and Panic ran headfirst into their own arrogance, particularly that of brat-of-the night, Gareth Sager. ...

Notting Hill Carnival '83

Report by Vivien Goldman, New Musical Express, 3 September 1983

CARNIVALS ARE crucial — all the best cultures have 'em. But the world has a way of perverting the simplest pleasures, and since 76, Carnival ...

see also Neneh Cherry

see also Pop Group, The


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