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Let’s not spoil this with too much talk. Suffice to say there are 10 videos here, featuring some of the greatest musicans that Britain has produced. Only, they don’t really sound all that magnificent here.
I went to school in the ’80s. It was a time of polarisation, of tribalism, of ganging up and lashing out.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on August 5th, 2011
This November, at the Tucson Comic-Con, a new comic will be launched, called Unite and Take Over: Comic Book Stories Inspired by The Smiths. It’s the 78-page brainchild of publisher Shawn Demumbrum, who brought in artists like ...
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on April 12th, 2011
She is inescapable, that Jessie J. And today (April 12), the English pop maven finally brings her UK chart-topping debut, Who You Are, to the States.
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on October 25th, 2010
Twilight star Robert Pattinson is so much more than just a fantastic head of hair and a set of fangs. The English actor is also an accomplished musician and singer, but don't expect him to seek out music magnate Simon Cowell for ...
One of the most eccentric and euphoric Cure songs. The tune’s hook is frontman Robert Smith‘s imitation of caterpillar noises (“Flickaflickaflickaflickaflickaflicka…here you are!”).
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on April 3rd, 2007
In news that would only signal The Cure frontman’s sad decline into pancake-faced irrelevance, Robert Smith is rumored to be producing tracks for Ashlee Simpson‘s next album, says The Guardian. Supposedly, Pete Wentz from ...