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Review by Stephen Dalton, NME, 20 February 1999
ROBERT WYATT has been a ghostly presence in progressive British pop for the last 30 years. ...
Review by David Stubbs, Uncut, March 2000
Change of producer and change of mood for long-awaited fourth album ...
Review by David Stubbs, Uncut, October 2002
Brighter follow-up to 1999's The Contino Sessions, featuring Liam Gallagher and Paul Weller on vocals. ...
Review by Barney Hoskyns, Uncut, December 2003
FOREVER CHANGES is one of those "classic" albums that should have dated but miraculously hasn't. Heavy-handedly paranoid, the product of a strange rock/soul miscegenation, quaintly ...
Review by David Quantick, Uncut, December 2008
4-CD set proves he's more changing man than Plodfather. ...
Review by Paul Moody, Q, May 2009
The Coventry trio face the classic second-album conundrum — play it safe or stretch themselves. The answer: try and do both. ...
Review by Paul Moody, Uncut, October 2009
The Sound Of The Suburbs: Leone-Inspired Second Album From Staines Asbo Rockers. ...
Review by David Quantick, Uncut, December 2010
1980: THE JAM are at their creative and commercial peak, after the career-saving All Mod Cons album and the brilliant 'Eton Rifles' and 'Going Underground' ...
Review by Laura Barton, The Word, April 2012
Paul Weller's unchanging image limits our view of him. His third "experimental" record fizzes with aural innovation. ...
Review by Martin Aston, bbc.co.uk, August 2012
The stunning return of a prodigal son you never knew existed ...
Review by Jeff Slate, Examiner.com, 17 July 2013
WHILE MOST OF the Old Guard have slipped into the comfort of greatest hits packages and endless reissues, a few of them – Bob Dylan, ...
Review by Tony Burke, Morning Star, 24 October 2019
The radical pedigree of Billy Bragg's latest compilation release shows why he's in danger of becoming a national treasure, says Tony Burke. ...
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