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  • U.S. rock band Fate or Trouble has re-imagined Morrissey‘s Cold War ballad “Everyday Is Like Sunday” as a chirpy, Laguna Beach-ready summer tune. You guessed it: I hate it. Not as offensive as Mark Ronson‘s vandalism of “Stop Me If You Think That You’ve Heard This One Before,” though.

  • Report: Kate Moss and Pete Doherty are “back together”; The Daily Mail says the erstwhile estranged pair shared a $3,000 suite at Claridge’s Hotel in London.
  • Doherty’s pet cat is dipping in the nose candy? (Digital Spy)
  • Are The Rolling Stones too old for touring? Starpulse says Mick Jagger and company may pack it all in.
  • Jade Goody and her boytoy Jack Tweed are both single again, as they have split up. I know everyone was just beside themselves waiting for these two to be back on the market.(The Sun)

  • How rapper MIA is making world music fun.(Telegraph)
  • Why the Japanese love Scottish indie music!(Scotsman)
  • Louis Walsh says rock boy bands like McFly and Busted weren’t up to the same level as his creations, Westlife and Boyzone.(Mirror)
  • The band yourcodenameis:milo has split.(NME)
  • A Telegraph interview with Booker Prize nominee Edward Docx, whose youth (at 35, he’s the youngest novelist on the longlist) and good looks have made him the talk of British literary circle. Scamper over to the Telegraph to gawk at his chest hair and not-so-well-concealed nipple…oh la la.
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Filed Under: Mark Ronson, Morrissey, Re-makes
By Kevin Wicks
Kevin Wicks is the founding editor of Anglophenia.