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Transvision Vamp

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Transvision Vamp (1988)

Interview by Mat Snow, Rock's Backpages Audio, 1988

Glamourpuss Wendy James and pals discuss their favourite Dylan songs (??), the history of the band, bitch about Sigue Sigue Sputnik, and consider their fellow late-'80s female acts.

File format: mp3; file size: 40.2mb, interview length: 43' 51" sound quality: ***

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Transvision Vamp: Hordern Pavilion, Sydney

Live Review by Andrew Mueller, Melody Maker, 2 September 1989


Wendy In Neverland: Life After Vamping

Report and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Vogue, March 1993

IT WAS ALL looking so good for Wendy James in the spring in 1991: endless magazine covers, review copies of The Little Magnets Versus the ...

Transvision Vamp: Whatever Happened To Baby James?

Interview by Betty Page, Vox, March 1991

Exploiter or exploited? Rock Bitch or just bitched at? Either way Wendy James just lurrves the attention – and the dosh. Betty Page probes for ...

Transvision Vamp: Wendy's Boat Comes In

Interview by Chris Roberts, Melody Maker, 30 March 1991

Shy, unassuming Wendy James and her pop terrorists TRANSVISION VAMP are back from a year's sabbatical with a new single and a big box of ...

Transvision Vamp: The Little Magnets Versus The Bubble Of Babble

Review by David Cavanagh, Select, August 1991

AS THE DIFFICULT QUESTIONS mount up for Wendy James, it's a bitter irony that Truth Or Dare: In Bed With Madonna has arrived to emphasise ...

Transvision Vamp: Velveteen (MCA LP/Cassette/CD)

Review by David Quantick, New Musical Express, 24 June 1989


Transvision Vamp: The Little Magnets Versus The Bubble Of Babble

Review by Mat Snow, Q, August 1991

IT'S A FOOL who writes anyone off, but the supposedly triumphant return-to-the-fray that was the single '(I Just Wanna) B With U' barely penetrated an ...

Transvision Vamp: Children of the Revolution

Interview by Stuart Bailie, Record Mirror, 5 September 1987

Yes, it's time to get into the sonic groove once more as glam terrorists Transvision Vamp get to bashing out their shiny, high-tech sounds. But ...

Transvision Vamp: "I Don't Care If Everyone Hates This LP"

Interview by William Shaw, Smash Hits, 27 June 1989

Pah! She does really! Because even rock'n'roll rebels want to be rich and famous and adored by everyone. It's why Wendy James and Transvision Vamp have ...

see also Wendy James


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