Tag: Hall of Fame

  • Tinderbox by Siouxsie And The Banshees

    Tinderbox by Siouxsie And The Banshees

    I always knew where to find new music. Sometimes, that new music came from old bands long since gone. As a teenager in search of a perspective grander than what I saw outside the window of a council house in Cumbernauld, I’d find myself turning to music and books to give me something that wasn’t […]

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  • 1.Outside by David Bowie

    1.Outside by David Bowie

    Certain albums need a little help in order to work better. In theory, it’s simply a case of buying a record/downloading an album/sticking on a CD and listening to your music. And for most albums, that’s exactly how the transaction works. But not 1.Outside. Released in the 90s, years after last having any substantial hit […]

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  • Hall Of Fame: Anniemal by Annie

    Hall Of Fame: Anniemal by Annie

    Hall Of Fame is the strand of this blog where I discuss my favourite things. It might be a book, an album, a movie or a video game. Pop music in 2005 was a foreign country and I’d lost my passport just like Nadine Coyle from Girls Aloud. The borders in pop were vast, the […]

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