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Interview by Rob Tannenbaum, Musician, September 1985
BRIAN ENO is waiting in the calm, green courtyard between his apartment and studio, just a short distance from London's trend-setting King's Road. Under the ...
Retrospective and Interview by Carol Clerk, Uncut, September 2003
IT'S THE summer of 1969, and John and Yoko are in bed in room 1742 at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal. They are in their ...
Retrospective and Interview by Steve Roeser, Goldmine, 28 April 1995
"Where do bad folks go when they die?They don't go to heaven where the angels flyThey go down to the lake of fire and fry ...
Special Feature by Steven R Rosen, Rock's Backpages, 10 December 2012
As voted by over 80 of RBP's leading lights, here are the year's 30 best long-players made by artists of a certain vintage – those ...
Profile and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, February 1998
HELLO, its him. ...
Book Excerpt by Ira Robbins, The Big Takeover, 1994
Even if the basic impetus for punk rock was just traditional teen needs like pissing off parents and claiming a cultural identity, some of the ...
Retrospective by John McCready, MOJO, May 2001
NOTE: This piece originally featured in Mojo magazine in a truncated 8,000 word edit. this is the full near-12,000 word original piece. This is such ...
Sleevenotes by Jim Irvin, Sequel Records, 1998
"AY-YI-YI, THE BEAT IS CRAZY!" Sucu Sucu, an insanely catchy samba novelty, was a chart sensation in the autumn of 1961. The forgotten theme to ...
Book Excerpt by John Tobler, Stuart Grundy, The Record Producers (BBC Books), 1982
RUNNING NORTH off Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood is a steep road which twists and turns upwards into the Hollywood Hills. ...
Overview by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, March 1972
The dog days of rock are upon us. ...
Profile and Interview by Stephen Dalton, Uncut, 2001
THE TOWERING inferno is visible from miles away. Thom Yorke drives towards the horizon, the acrid stench of toxic smoke filling his car. He cranks ...
Retrospective and Interview by Stephen Dalton, Uncut, May 2001
DAVE GAHAN can't breathe. He can also hear nothing. Which is a little odd because there are 30,000 Depeche Mode fans just yards away, screaming ...
Retrospective by Barney Hoskyns, Classic Rock, September 2010
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 ...
Retrospective and Interview by Steve Roeser, Goldmine, 16 September 1994
THERE ARE four of them, and they're definitely fab, but nobody (to our knowledge, anyway) has ever compared Sonic Youth to the Beatles. ...
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