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Bloc Party: Four – album review

Over all 'Four' is a worthy release but worthy of Bloc Party?

Warehouse Project Line-Up Announced

It's the seventh season of WHP action and they return to Victoria Warehouse...for twelve weeks from Friday 28th September

Elastica’s Eponymous Debut Album Reappraised

The lyrical power of \'Never Here\' and \'2-1\' ... is remarkable for a band on their debut album,

full list of Record Store Day releases

http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share Here it is the full list of releases for Record Store day. There are some big names in there including Arctic Monkeys, Arcade...

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