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Zodiac Mindwarp & The Love Reaction

Zodiac Mindwarp & The Love Reaction

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Zodiac Mindwarp & The Love Reaction: Gossips, London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, Melody Maker, 19 April 1986


Zodiac Mindwarp & The Love Reaction: This Is The Dawning Of The Age Of Hilarious

Interview by Mat Snow, New Musical Express, 26 July 1986

Hot rats!! Twin overhead foxtailed speed machine and paranoiac ZODIAC MINDWARP wraps his twisted thoughtgear round the silver-tongued questioning of our psychedelic snake snake MAT ...

Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Reaction, Fields Of The Nephilim: Tropicana, Peterborough

Live Review by Paul Elliott, Sounds, 2 May 1987


Zodiac Mindwarp & The Love Reaction: Town & Country Club, London

Live Review by Julian Henry, Music Week, 18 July 1987

THE RECENT penetration of the top 30 by the debut Zodiac Mindwarp single, 'Prime Mover', was one of the more pleasing events in this year's ...

Zodiac Mindwarp: Taming of the T

Interview by Paul Elliott, Sounds, 5 March 1988

Sex machine or happily married man? Prime mover ZODIAC MINDWARP confesses all. PAUL ELLIOTT meets the bridegroom in biker rags and gets a backseat education in dirty ...

Exit The '80s — Goth: Bats Out Of Hell

Overview by Cathi Unsworth, Sounds, 23 September 1989

It's been the decade of the goth — but, somewhere along the line, the innovation of the Birthday Party, the Banshees and the Sisters gave ...

Zodiac Mindwarp & The Love Reaction: Marquee Club, London

Live Review by Lloyd Bradley, The Independent, 27 October 1989

Acid casualties ...

The Chronicled Mutineers: Bill Drummond and Mark Manning

Profile and Interview by Gavin Martin, Vox, December 1996

THE TWO self-proclaimed Zen masters speed through the lush and leafy lanes of England's green and pleasant land to meet us at the train station. ...

Killer Riffs: A Guide to Parody in Popular Music

Essay by Simon Reynolds, Pitchfork, 19 October 2016

From the Residents' freakish Beatles sendups, to Spinal Tap's meta-metal escapades, to the gastronomic goofs of "Weird Al", a chronicle of those who have turned ...

see also KLF, The


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