Lee Hazlewood – Poet, Fool Or Bum

Lopsided twofer

One-stop round-up of the B-sides to the singles extracted from Hail To The Thief

Revolution In A Box

In the dismal history of Rolling Stones '60s catalogue reissues, this is a first of sorts. This time, ABKCO... Universal... whoever... haven't got it completely wrong. Collected here, in their original European/US sleeves, are the thrashing, screaming baby Stones' first dozen 45s, including the three classic British EPs. Welcome as this is and despite the pretty sleeves, the '60s singles are far more conveniently housed in the long available Singles Collection.

Donovan

Scotland's favourite pop-folk troubadour embraces the harsher reality of the '70s with mixed results

Mod Only Knows

Two best-ofs, including first new studio recordings in 22 years

The Moles – On The Street

Twelve-track compilation of Oz indie legends, with bonus rarities CD

Bill Fay – From The Bottom Of An Old Grandfather Clock

Demos for Fay's eponymous 1970 Decca LP and rarely-heard late-'60s outtakes

Pixies – Wave Of Mutilation: Best Of Pixies

Second best-of for alt.rockers

Egghead Over Heels

Sonic visionary's first four vocal solo albums; no extras, just untrammelled invention

Throbbing Gristle – The Taste Of TG: A Beginner’s Guide To The Music Of Throbbing Gristle

Introduction to the work of recently reformed art/industrial/electronica collective
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Tim Buckley’s Starsailor: “It was just so good in the studio”

Bandmates recount the making of his mercurial masterpiece

The 8th Uncut New Music Playlist Of 2020

It's Friday afternoon, so it's time for another of our rarer-than-intended rundowns of the finest new music that's appeared...

Michael Stipe: “I don’t have to please anyone but myself”

In Uncut's exclusive interview, he discusses new solo material and REM's legacy

Introducing the Ultimate Music Guide to Wilco

It’s been 25 years since the first Wilco album, the fiery AM, and it’s an anniversary we felt like...
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