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Belle & Sebastian announce back catalogue vinyl reissues

Belle & Sebastian have announced plans to reissue the majority of their back catalogue on vinyl. The reissues will be given an umbrella title, It Could Have Been A Brilliant Career, a reference to their single The Boy With The Arab Strap. The list of albums to be reissued on vinyl are: Tigermilk If You’re Feeling Sinister The Boy With The Arab Strap Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like A Peasant Dear Catastrophe Waitress (with alternate art) Push Barman To Open Old Wounds The Life Pursuit The BBC Sessions

Bob Dylan’s Newport Folk Festival guitar breaks auction record

The guitar that Bob Dylan played at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965 has become the most expensive guitar ever to go up for auction. The Fender Stratocaster was sold Friday (December 6) for $965,000 (£590,430), topping the sale price for a guitar once owned by Eric Clapton which sold for $959,500 (£587,065) in 2004, reports Spin. The sale happened at Christie's in New York City and the guitar was bought by an absentee buyer. The instrument was sold with its original strap and hard shell case.

The compelling sex life of Aidan John Moffat

Just looking at the booklet which comes with the new Aidan John Moffat (out of Arab Strap) CD. Opposite the page which begins, in big letters, “PART ONE: POOP”, there’s something that isn’t a disclaimer, more a claimer, I suppose. “The characters portrayed in this work are non-fictitious and any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is entirely intentional.”

Queens Of The Stone Age live

The first time I saw Queens Of The Stone Age, if memory serves, they were playing London's Garage venue just after their debut was released. It's strange, then, that nearly a decade later, they're in front of me at an even smaller venue, the historically sticky 100 Club. In fact, Troy Van Leeuwen is directly in front of me, flicking nonchalantly at his pedals with white strappy shoes.

Wheels On Fire

Confederate quintet follow last year's Decoration Day with strapping sixth LP
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