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Albums Of The Year 1Queens Of The Stone AgeRated R 2Primal ScreamXTRMNTR 3PJ HarveyStories From The City, Stories From The Sea 4Badly Drawn BoyThe Hour Of Bewilderbeast 5At The Drive-InRelationship…

Spiritualized, 'Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space'

Albums Of The Year 1SpiritualizedLadies And Gentleman We Are Floating In Space 2RadioheadOK Computer 3The VerveUrban Hymns 4Primal ScreamVanishing Point 5Super Furry AnimalsRadiator 6CornershopWhen I Was Born For The Seventh…

SCREAMING FROM THE ROOFTOPS Class war, right-wing greed, surveillance society, whistle-blowers, Syrian rebels and ‘soft fascism’ – in a hard-hitting and passionate interview, Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie sets the world…

Primal Scream : Miss Lucifer

Bobby Gillespie rides a pushbike these days but, as new Primal Scream manoeuvres begin, he still wants us to believe he travels in a Panzer Tank crewed by supermodels. ‘Miss…

Ladytron : Blue Jeans

There are many reasons to dislike [a]Ladytron[/a]. They have an irritating love of style over substance and a contrived, pain-in-the-ass aloofness. In fact, just for birthing electroclash before it even…

Fall  : Fall vs 2003

Mark E Smith – sort of a cross between Victor Meldrew, Scrooge, the kid out of Kes and The Hobbit – licks no spittle and (unlike almost every other motherlover…

Radio 4 : Dance To the Underground

No, not John Humphrys’ and Jeremy Paxman’s musical side-project, you fools! With ‘Dance To The Underground’ the other Radio 4 – the cool Gang Of Four-ish ones from New York…

Glastonbury  : Other Stage (Friday Evening)

There’s something almost rude about the way Primal Scream waltz onto Glastonbury’s Other Stage and blow apart every other act that’s been before them. Ruder still, it only takes them…

Kill City :  White Boys Brown Girl

Heard that new [a]Prodigy[/a] album? Overblown, egotistical, short on laughs: it’s yet more proof that the last century’s electro-rock pioneers are fast turning into this decade’s millionaire prog rockers, raging…

The Thrills :   Santa Cruz (You’re Not That Far)

The Thrills Santa Cruz (You’re Not That Far) (Virgin) Morrissey’s stamp of approval has historically been the kiss of death, but here’s where the curse is finally lifted. Dublin’s The…

The Red Krayola  :  Singles: 1968-2002

Texas is known for its oil, guns and country music. But, strangely enough, the Lone Star State has also produced some of the most charismatic figures on the leftfield of…

New Order  : London Brixton Academy

The possibilities are stark indeed. That Manchester’s infamous New Order would return as a cabaret act; a glorified karaoke mirror-image of their past; or worse, to indifference and irrelevance. Thank…