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Track by track review of Red Hot Chili Peppers album

Track by track review of the new Red Hot Chili peppers album

The Rapture ‘In The Grace Of Your Love’ album review

one of the hippest band's in New York...but are they any good?

The Pokes ‘High Hopes’ – album review

There has always been a strong argument that folk music is the original rebel music...

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Citizen Fish ‘Goods’ – Album review

If the world is going to hell in a hand basket, then we might as well go whilst listening to a jaunty tune!

Sarandon release brilliant new album- review

a perfect stripped down exercise in jazz punk genius and a concept album

Peter Murphy ‘Ninth’ – Review

This a strong release, a return to form even..

Horrors new album ‘Skying’: a review

'The band are moving quickly and now find themselves as one of the key young bands in the country with their dark pop a perfect soundtrack for the times. '

The Melvins ‘Sugar Daddy Live’ – Review

The Melvins ”˜Sugar Daddy Live' Ipecac Recordings IPC126 (via Southern) Available now Over the years The Melvins have amongst other things been described as “the godfathers of...

Atari Teenage Riot ‘Is This Hyperreal?’

'How much blood will it take' scream Atari Teenage Riot

Crass ‘Yes Sir, I Will’

http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share Crass ”“ ”˜Yes Sir, I Will' (2CD Crassical Collection via Southern) ”“ Available now Crass (Interview at Rebellion Festival 2010) were always a...

TV Smith ‘Coming In To Land’ – Reviewed

http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share TV Smith “Coming In To Land” UK Release - Boss Tuneage Records German Release - Drumming Monkey Records (DRUM10-1) Available now TV Smith's musical heritage precedes...

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Dead Sheeran: Dead Sheeran – EP/ mini-album review

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