Music Reviews

Hank Williams - Come September

Portrait of a tragic country genius

The Yardbirds - Little Games

Top-notch 1967 reissue plus zany studio and BBC sessions

Turbonegro

Saucy punk-metal benchmarks from '96 and '98

Mouse On Mars - Rost Pocks—The EP Collection

Collection of early work from German techno duo

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Funk-rock archaeology, with extra tracks and liner notes by Flea

Ether Madness

Re-release of first four albums from missing link between Banshees and Valentines, remastered by...

Blitzkrieg Flop

Flaky, star-studded homage to the late, great Joey, Dee Dee and Da Brudders

Sex'n'Sax Machine

Unmissable reissue of No Wave don's two 1979 albums on one CD

Janis Joplin - The Essential Janis Joplin

Handy two-CD career retrospective of ill-starred singer who happened in Monterey

Various Artists - Legend Of A Mind: The Underground Anthology

Shockingly good three-CD archive of UK prog-rock

Department S - Sub-Stance

With NYC's bright new hopes (Liars, Yeah Yeah Yeahs) openly worshipping at the altar of scratchy...

Miaow - When It All Comes Down

Cath Carroll's complete 'C86' years

Gorky's Zygotic Mynci - Various Artists

Esteemed wacky Welsh group's early years plus Ankst two-CD retrospective

Spandau Ballet - True

North London fops' third album, remastered for 20th anniversary

Serge Gainsbourg - Initials SG—The Ultimate Best Of

Sleazy balladeer's finest, with liner tributes from Beck

Return Of The Grievous Angel

The mighty Lemonhead gets seven-year-itch and returns a much-changed man

Stephen Jones - Almost Cured Of Sadness

Former Baby Bird man delves deeply into his love/hate relationship with television

Going To California

South London duo head out West to beef up sound for follow-up to The Optimist LP

Wayne Kramer - Adult World

The Hellacopters and Syd Straw aid MCS guitarist on fourth solo LP

Moloko - Statues

Sheffield's ever-quirky modern dance troupe refine their chilly club choons

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The new Uncut revealed! Arctic Monkeys, Neil Young, Kate Bush and Warren Zevon in new issue


Next month, Arctic Monkeys play two shows at London’s Finsbury Park to more than 100,000 people, which makes it a reasonable moment to look back at the band’s journey from the Sheffield suburb of High Green to their current all-conquering place in a rock pantheon where they are...