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Interview by Paul Moody, NME, 13 May 1995
Its taken over a decade, but with his new album PAUL WELLER has finally gone back to his roots, the part of his life that ...
Review by Paul Moody, NME, 1994
SOMETHING TO mull over. Paul Weller has been having hit records for 16 years. Wild Wood the follow-up to his wildly-underrated debut solo outing ...
Live Review by Len Brown, NME, 15 March 1986
A WORKING-CLASS hero is something to be; it gets more difficult by the day. Under a Government that puts Profit and Progress before People (don't ...
Interview by Paul Morley, NME, 3 November 1979
"I WOULDN'T say I'm a very articulate person, but I seem to be able to articulate when I write lyrics..." ...
Interview by Sean O'Hagan, NME, 14 November 1987
SOMETIMES YOU CAN get a pretty good idea about someone's music just by checking out their appearance. If clothes maketh the man, they also speak ...
Review by Barney Hoskyns, NME, August 1983
SIMPLY FOR not being Kevin Rowland or Paul Weller or Martin Fry, Paul Young fully deserves his Number One. And 'Wherever' is more than a ...
Review by Tony Stewart, NME, 10 November 1979
CHANGE. IT'S something Paul Weller wrote about on 'To Be Someone', that sour story on All Mod Cons about the kid who wanted to be famous and ...
Review by Mick Farren, NME, 5 November 1977
SO THIS is the modern world. I'm glad they told me. For an instant I'd thought I'd been transported back to 1965. Flashback on flashback ...
Review by David Quantick, NME, 11 March 1989
THE COVER OF The Style Council's most blatantly angry single, 'Walls Come Tumbling Down', bears not a picture of rioting or the Prime Minister on ...
Review by Stephen Dalton, NME, 20 February 1999
ROBERT WYATT has been a ghostly presence in progressive British pop for the last 30 years. ...
Live Review by Barney Hoskyns, NME, 20 March 1982
"See me walking around I'm the boy about town that you've heard of..." ...
Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 28 October 1978
THIRD ALBUMS generally mean that it's shut-up-or-get-cut-up time: when an act's original momentum has drained away and they've got to cover the distance from a ...
Interview by Paul Morley, NME, 1 December 1979
"I'm going to lose. It's like admitting defeat before I start. But I'm going to do as much as possible in that period before I ...
Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 22 November 1980
IN THE cocoon, something stirs. John Lennon – one of the people who used to be in The Beatles, a group reckoned to be hot ...
Review by David Quantick, NME, 26 September 1987
A NATION waits, breath caught in the throat with tension; the world's most commercial political pop group has released a second album, and who can ...
Interview by Danny Baker, NME, 17 March 1979
AND IN THE beginning there was darkness. Then, it has been written, the Mood formed the Pistols, Clash, Damned, Stranglers, Vibrators and the Jam and ...
Live Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 1 December 1979
FIRST NIGHT out on tour: welcome back to another edition of So Who Really Is The Best Group In The World? Down in Manchester Apollo ...
Live Review by Paul Moody, NME, 19 April 1994
"E'S, COKE, anything you want..." Yeah, you gotta admit it: Brixton knows how to party. No sooner have you navigated your way around the slurring ...
Review by Keith Cameron, NME, May 1997
IF WE ACCEPT pop as the religion of youth in the last quarter of the 20th century, then there can be no more striking example ...
Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 18 November 1978
SMASH THE barriers and the truth shall make you free (as long as stocks last, anyway): barriers between humans and objects, between the natural (sic) ...
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