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Ken Russell's controversial classic, restored to its original glory...


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Rousing fifth solo LP from peripatetic US maverick...


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Revealed: The New Issue Of Uncut…


For many of us who came of age in the mid '80s, The Smiths probably provided the soundtrack to a political maturing as much as an emotional one. My epochal moment of teenage rebellion came on July 23, 1986, a day I had strategically reserved for the purchase of The Queen Is Dead, so as to...