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popjustice.com
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popjustice.com: in a chickenshit world, finally a site that matters.[…]

DUEL!
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DUEL!: I know it’s a holiday here and in America, but anyway here’s today’s Duel, James vs Muse.[…]

The Oysterhead Enigma
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The Oysterhead Enigma: so let’s get this straight. A band featuring members of Phish, Primus, and the Police get together for a one-off ‘jam’, and the mainstream press doesn’t cover it, and we’re supposed to believe that[…]

BLONDIE
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BLONDIE
“I want you to dis Blondie, because I don’t believe it’s possible”, writes a naive reader, but you see this attitude is precisely what makes Blondie so hateful, the belief of their fans that the band represent pop perf[…]

Screen Ravers
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Screen Ravers: Simon Reynolds on rave movies – perceptive comments on Human Traffic and the upcoming Groove with little of the disillusionment that’s characterised his recent writings. Nice. (This link grabbed from a symmetric plastic nar[…]

They Came From The Stars (I Saw Them)
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They Came From The Stars (I Saw Them): live review of an extraordinary new band, fresh up on FT.[…]

If you wanted to take part in the
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If you wanted to take part in the Pop Music Focus Group you should have received a ballot today. And quite possibly you’ll have received one even if you didn’t want to take part. If you’ve not received a ballot, and want to play, sh[…]

Reactions to my soul questions
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Reactions to my
soul questions
: josh blog goes off on a sort-of-tangent to what I was talking about and looks at some of the underlying issues involving ‘tendencies’ in criticism with typical intelligence. I think he’s right in t[…]

California Preening
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California Preening: “He will vilify his record company. ‘They’re all bean counters,’ he snaps. ‘They call my music product: it’s art. They call me a rock star when I’d rather be described as a musician.&#821[…]

EMINEM – “Kim” (MP3) Eminem is conceivably the most commercially lucrative purveyor of the consciously, proudly
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EMINEM – “Kim” (MP3)
Eminem is conceivably the most commercially lucrative purveyor of the consciously, proudly ugly in pop music ever. This track could conceivably be to him what “Hippopotamomus” was to Nick Currie &[…]

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