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Stereo MCs

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Stereo MCs: Werner Seelinbinderhalle, East Berlin

Live Review by Dele Fadele, New Musical Express, 21 October 1989


The Stereo MC's: "Lost" Cause

Interview by Jeff Lorez, Blues & Soul, 19 March 1991

Refusing to bow to style trends or pigeon-holing, the stereo MC's insist on being judged on their music only  ...

High and Mighty: The irresistible rise of Stereo MCs

Interview by Andrew Smith, Melody Maker, 6 February 1993

Are they Prince times six? A Sly & The Family Stone for the Nineties? The best "new" dance band in Britain? ANDREW SMITH flies to ...

Stereo MCs

Report and Interview by Amy Linden, Creem, March 1993

THE STEREO MC's are all settled into their surprisingly comfy touring vehicle, headed up the highways (or whatever the British term is). On the road ...

Stereo MCs: Birch Placidy and the Fun Dance Kids

Report and Interview by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 15 May 1993

Beaut mutants THE STEREO MCs, the first great British rap band, are making cowboys clench their buttocks in the achy-breaky Texas heartland and dispensing mellow ...

Stereo MCs: Academy, Manchester

Live Review by Simon Warner, The Guardian, 24 May 1993

WITH THE ticket touts in the Manchester streets peddling their wares at up to £40 apiece, the Stereo MCs were unquestionably the hottest ticket in ...

Stereo MCs: Zooropean Sons

Report and Interview by Paul Lester, Melody Maker, 26 June 1993

Stereo MCs are already one of the biggest (dance) bands in Britain. By the end of the summer, after touring Europe with U2, unarguably the ...

Stereo MCs: If Bob Marley Came To Nottingham

Report and Interview by Mark Cooper, Q, December 1993

"ARE YOU there, Milwaukee?" enquires a ghostly but undoubtedly English voice. It is around seven o'clock in the evening at the Marcus Amphitheatre in Milwaukee ...

War Child

Report and Interview by Ian Watson, Melody Maker, 9 September 1995

IAN WATSON talks to the bands who are contributing to the Help album and how this project compares to pop's last major charity initiative, the ...


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