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*ALBUM REVIEW: WILD BEASTS – TWO DANCERS – 4* Tally-ho! From the Lake District, it’s this year’s new Smiths.

*ALBUM REVIEW: IAN HUNTER – MAN OVERBOARD 4* – Shades of a masterpiece? Hunter’s on a roll heading into the Mott The Hoople reunion.


*REVIEW: THE ROLLING STONES – DIRTY WORK/STEEL WHEELS/VOODOO LOUNGE AND MORE 4*- In-depth review of the Stones’ midlife crisis years of the second batch of reissues from the stalwarts.

*DVD REVIEW: JEFF BUCKLEY – GRACE AROUND THE WORLD 4* – Compelling three-disc set, with documentary, live shows and more.

ALBUM REVIEW: PIXIES – MINOTAUR 3* – An opulent, inessential boxset, with not one note remastered.

ALBUM REVIEW: CORNERSHOP – JUDY SUCKS A LEMON FOR BREAKFAST 4* – The ’shop re-opens; business not quite as usual.

ALBUM REVIEW: TINARIWEN – IMIDIWAN: COMPANIONS 4* – True grit! The desert-bluesers’ fourth is raw, and all the better for it.

ALBUM REVIEW: DANGER MOUSE AND SPARKLEHORSE – DARK NIGHT OF THE SOUL 4* – A self-bootleg? With a “visual narrative” by David Lynch.

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