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Monthly Archives: December 2007
I've limited this list to songs that were unreleased in the U.S. during the past year or failed to chart here.
Tomorrow, I will reveal my top UK songs from 2007 that deserved U.S.
When I first saw this headline, I thought, “Oy. It’s just one thing after another with this girl.”
Bananarama singer Siobhan Fahey left the band in 1988 and formed this duo, Shakespears Sister (named after the Smiths song and misspelled due to a careless friend of Siobhan’s who made the logo). The above 1992 hit, ...
David Beckham appeared on the final Parkinson (watch clip), which was seen by 8 million viewers.
In a stunning upset, Leon Jackson won X Factor on Saturday, prevailing over season-long favorites Rhydian Roberts and brother-sister duo Same Difference.
More influenced by metal than by The Kinks or ’77 punk, this Welsh band’s 2001 hit brought thundering, wall-of-sound rock back to the UK charts. The video, which features two of my favorite things – freeze frames and ...
Sir Paul McCartney, who is now on the Starbucks label, tells The Times he found former label EMI “boring”: “Everybody at EMI had become a part of the furniture. I’d be a couch; Coldplay are an armchair.
We’ve all seen people get a bit too amorous in public places, but celebrities usually like to keep their romantic activities behind close doors. That is, if you’re not Hugh Grant.
This must be High Fidelity week at Anglo For Your Ear. That 2000 film had an amazing soundtrack, including some fine British tunes.