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Bill Doggett ‘Honky Tonk Popcorn’ – album review

The only remaining mystery is why the \'Honky Tonk Popcorn\' single and album did not send Doggett back to the top of the charts.

John Cale ‘Conflict & Catalysis: Productions & Arrangements 1966-2006’ – album review

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The Legendary Stardust Cowboy ‘For Sarah, Raquel and David’ – album review

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Carter Tutti Void ‘Transverse’ – album review

One can only imagine the impact this had upon those present to witness the live performance

Holly Golightly & The Brokeoffs ‘Long Distance’ – album review

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album review : Janice Graham Band ‘It’s Not Me’

The album is complete journey from beginning to end. 10/10

album of the day : Terry Malts ‘Killing Time’

Exciting, killer Ramones style punk pop to fall in love with

Maps And Atlases ‘Beware and Be Grateful’ – album review

It\'s ultimately successful in grabbing the listener, because of the uncertainty of where the song is going to go next.

New Age Steppers ‘Love Forever’ – album review

the album is dominated by Ari\'s presence, voice and ideas. It\'s not a \'ghostly\' presence - its sounds so vibrant and alive

A Whisper In The Noise ‘To Forget’ – album review

Thordson and Larson have crafted a gothic tinged neo classical masterpiece...

Andy Blade : ‘Let’s Burn the Internet Down’ : album revisted

the forgotten man of punk, ex Eater frontman delivers unexpected classic

Album of the day : Roky Erickson & The Aliens ‘Five Symbols’

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