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That link was c/o
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That link was c/o Submeat, which is also running its own best singles of 2002 list. Singles are great! We like singles![…]

The Top 212 Singles of 2002
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The Top 212 Singles of 2002, according to Popjustice at any rate. We thought of a joke for PJ’s advent calendar but it got so absurdly long that we’ll be running it as the Freaky Trigger Christmas Joke separately and meanwhile try and thi[…]

Another day another Sam Smith’s pub.
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Another day another Sam Smith’s pub. The consistency of the Sam Smiths experience is one think which could be held against them, the other being the ridiculous notion that thei rrestricted range of drinks is in any way a bad thing. The Princess[…]

REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL (Part 4)
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REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL (Part 4)
Two years have now passed from the death of Ian Dury, and as promised in The Unbearable Shiteness of Ian it is time to calmly, critically and objectively rate his body of work. At least it might be time for other peopl[…]

NAS – “Made You Look”
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NAS – “Made You Look”
One of Nas’ most famous tracks finds him rapping from a gun’s point of view; here that idea gets turned into music. A shot is fired – and the beat is a bullet trail, slowed down John Woo style[…]

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Momus-My Sperm is not Your Enemy
There is debate that this album is not as political as his other work, which confuses me, because Momus is all about aesthetics and fashion and posturing- his Maoists are in the media and the permanent cultural revalu[…]

And not to preempt my own press, but…:
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And not to preempt my own press, but…: great Voice all around this week, with ILX’s Sean Carruthers giving Tom Petty a nice noogie of logic, Elena Oumano on Sean Paul, Shaggy, & “American” dancehall, and a Michael Freedbe[…]

Jess on the Sugababes
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Jess on the Sugababes – I liked this piece a lot.[…]

UNTOUCHABLES MUSIC/GUBI SANDHU – “Teray Meray Pyar Dian” /
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UNTOUCHABLES MUSIC/GUBI SANDHU – “Teray Meray Pyar Dian” / Danger 2
Over the past couple of years, pop trendwatchers have spotted, feted and provisionally buried the trend for ‘Indian’ influences in hip-hop. But what&#82[…]

Who said romance wasn’t dead?
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Who said romance wasn’t dead? It might not be dead but on these efforts it may well be very, very sick indeed…. Still his hair isn’t as silly as Michael Bolton’s was.[…]

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