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The Enemy: Birmingham – live review

Album reviews may have been mixed but live reception thrives

The Long Lost Band – an interview

the first thing that grabs you (about TLLB) is Stuart Anthony's deep, well crafted song writing and rich vocals

Ramsbottom Music Festival 2012

So how do I sum this up, I won\'t, I will use the words of John Bramwell, “a F….ing Beautiful Little Festival”

Public Image Ltd: The John Lydon Interview

What people don\'t seem to understand is that each and every PiL album is completely different to the last and they have to be viewed that way.

The Enemy : an interview

Coventry firebrands plan to reclaim the fire and skill that made them vital

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