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James homecoming gig in Manchester, live review – by Phil Newall

I just wished the idiots would either save their alcohol and narcotic fuelled antics or even just stay away

Echo And The Bunnymen reviewed live – by Phil Newall

It has over time become something of a Liverpool tradition that the Bunnymen will close each year with an appearance in the city; 2011 was no different.

Wedding Present live review – by John Robb

Wedding Present Manchester Academy https://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share Is David Gedge really 51? I'm sure I read that somewhere. I always thought he was younger than me and yet, like his music,...

Godflesh live review – by Rob Haynes

Godflesh Supersonic Festival Birmingham 23 October 2010 Given the current enthusiasm for reunions there are very few significant bands in the rock'n'roll graveyard left uninterred. The unexpected...

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