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Interview by Max Bell, No.1, February 1984
IT'S FIVE years and 18 hit singles since Madness first ran riot on Top of the Pops and straight into the nation's hearts. ...
Report and Interview by Adrian Deevoy, Q, March 1996
Are BLUR really going to the dogs? Behind all the adoring screams, we hear internal bickering, the tell-tale snii-ii-i-iff! of media-centric decadence, a hollow champagne ...
Interview by Johnny Black, MOJO, May 1997
IT WAS NOT UNTIL 1993, 30 years after he first heard Ray Charles sing, that Steve Winwood met his lifelong idol. Winwood happened to be ...
Interview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 27 January 1979
ARE THE WHO haunted by ghosts? Is the spectral figure of Tommy now joined by the cackling spirit of Keith Moon? ...
Interview by Keith Cameron, MOJO, June 2004
After seven years away, Morrissey, the exiled don of indie misery, is back, with some old scores to settle. Keith Cameron meets the ex-Smiths frontman ...
Interview by Max Bell, GQ, February 1998
And so's my brother... but not for long. After four years of tours, scraps, hits and hedonism, Liam and Noel Gallagher are settling down, buying ...
Interview by Simon Price, Melody Maker, 11 January 1997
KENICKIE may be young, they may use guitars, they may be supernaturally exuberant. But they are not, repeat NOT, a teen punk band. With their ...
Interview by Rob Tannenbaum, Musician, January 1988
IS IT TIME TO TAKE WHAM!'S ARCHITECT SERIOUSLY? ...
Interview by Ted Kessler, New Musical Express, 19 February 2000
Go Letter It Out. The New Oasis. Your Questions! Their answers! Oh no, it's…the fan-ish inquisition. In the first of a two-part interview with Oasis, ...
Interview by Carol Clerk, Uncut, April 2000
THE LOCATION IS LONDON'S flashy Landmark Hotel, a place where palm trees loom over drinkers in the lobby and there's a better class of toiletry ...
Retrospective and Interview by Gavin Martin, Uncut, June 2000
THE EARLY SEVENTIES have been a golden age for the homegrown British pop single. The pan-stick and yob fraternity, which includes T-Rex, Sweet, Slade, Mott ...
Overview by Kris Needs, ZigZag, January 1986
TO PUT EVERYTHING INTO PERSPECTIVE, AS TO WHERE THE ORIGINALS FROM '76 HAVE GONE; BE IT A WAYSIDE DITCH OR A MAJOR RECORD COMPANY WATER ...
Retrospective and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, February 1999
"And you dont stop/Do the punk rock..." ...
Interview by Terry Staunton, Record Collector, January 2008
As BILLY BRAGG blows out 50 candles on his birthday cake, TERRY STAUNTON sharpens his pencil for a musical history lesson ...
Interview by Tony Fletcher, iJamming.net, January 2001
AS THE FIRST sentence of my mission statement makes clear, Mark Perry was a major factor in my deciding to write about music – though, ...
Sleevenotes by Ian Fortnam, Castle Music, March 2001
PART THE FIRST: BANGKOK SHOCKS, SAIGON SHAKES, HANOI ROCKS ...
Interview by Paul Lester, Uncut, March 2000
OASIS, if you hadn't noticed, have just resurfaced. But will they sink or swim? After the druggy excesses of Be Here Now, following the departure ...
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