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Punk Til You p-Uke – The Rise and Rise of Ukulele Punk

While more and more people of all ages are trying it out, the punks are doing it the way they\'ve always done - for themselves and for the people.

Hugh Cornwell¨: Totem and Taboo – album review

Thankfully, the album ends on a high note. \'In the Dead of Night\' is easily the best track on Totem and Taboo.

Elastica’s Eponymous Debut Album Reappraised

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

Top Ten Anti-Nuclear Songs from the Early ’80’s

The theme examined here is the very real fears of nuclear holocaust that existed during the \'70\'s and \'80\'s.

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