More from the FT archives – and we’re only on the letter ‘D’. (A couple of pieces seem to be unformattable and I’ll try and find some other way of uploading them, too). Rescued from limbo today we have:

Layo and Bushwacka‘s Low Life reviewed by Tim Finney, a piece which was for a long-time the least read thing on the entire site. (I think it got about forty hits!) That’s no reflection on its merits.
My car boot sale odyssey, one of the best things I wrote in the early days of FT.
The Chemical Brothers’ Surrender reviewed by me.
D’Angelo’s Voodoo reviewed by Fred Solinger as part of our long-ago Love Issue. I can’t remember whether Fred or I was responsible for the godawful Magma pun that serves as a headline.