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Blancmange: Darwen Library Theatre, Blackburn – live review

A polished performance by one of Britain’s finest pop acts of the last 30 years.

Gary Numan: Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind) – album review

Electronic legend turned potential rock legend; Gary Numan is back with his long awaited new album.

Big Country – Central Station, Wrexham – live review

Scottish rockers from the 80s Big Country are currently on tour in the UK. They played Wrexham a couple of nights ago and Louder Than War's Kevin A. Steen went along.

Tears For Fears: The Hurting (30th Anniversary Edition) – album review

With a career that has spanned three decades, Tears For Fears stand out as one of the most successful singer, song-writer and producer duos of the modern era.

Jonny Cola And The A Grades: Brixton Windmill, London – live review

Louder Than War's roving reporter braves the elements to bring us back this review of Jonny Cola And The A Grades live in London.

Earth Wind & Fire: Now, Then & Forever – album review

They may've been going since 1969 but Chicago Illinois American Funk band Earth Wind & Fire can still pull out all the stops - and do just that on this, their latest release.

More Recent Ace Records Releases by Ian Johnston

More recent Ace Records releases by Ian Johnston. Ace are probably one of the best reissue labels in the world.

Peter Hook and the Light: The Electric Palace, Bridport – live review

Louder Than War's newest writer, Nick Holmes, kicks off with a review of an emotional return from Peter Hook & the Light.

Robert Plant: Wolverhampton Civic Hall – live review

Emotional times for Louder Than War's Martin Copland-Gray as he reviews Robert Plant's Black Country homecoming gig.

Pete Doherty: Songs You’ll Never Hear On The Radio

J Leonard Lucas tells us about the early Pete Doherty demos & explains why he thinks they represent Doherty's best output.

The Beach Boys: Made In California Boxset – album review

The Beach Boys – Made In California (Universal Music) Format: 6CD Boxed Set Release Date: 2nd September 2013 Forming in the early sixties, The Beach Boys boast...

UB40: Getting Over The Storm – album review

Late seventies dino-reggae band UB40 have once again dusted off the cobwebs in an attempt to keep their career alive with their 18th studio album, Getting Over The Storm.

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