Graham Coxon - The Golden D
NME.COM feature on Graham Coxon - The Golden D album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 12 June 2000
Dad? Damon? [B]Diana[/B]? Alas, the D in question refers, somewhat prosaically, to the chord, so we can ditch any hopes we might have held of [a]Graham Coxon[/a]...
Dad? Damon? Diana ? Alas, the D in question refers, somewhat prosaically, to the chord, so we can ditch any hopes we might have held of Graham Coxon : Enigma In Expensive Skatewear, and concentrate instead on the rather more obvious business at hand. Namely, that the 32-year-old millionaire skateboard fanatic and celebrity little-boy-lost Blur guitarist has again nailed his hardcore...
- Jun 5, 2000
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- Jamie Thomas
- The Fear
- Satan i Gatan
- Fame and Fortune
- My Idea of Hell
- Fags and Failure
- Leave Me Alone
- Keep Hope Alive
- Oochy Woochy
- That's When I Reach for My Revolver
- Don't Think About Always
O2 Academy Oxford Friday, April 13
- Apr 30, 2012
Enough energy and sour synth-pop to spook The Horrors
- Mar 30, 2012
A far darker affair
- Feb 10, 2012
Music stars lament potential loss of high street and share memories of retailer
Kingsley, played by Joe Thomas, will perform the song on tonight's episode (November 20)
The bands will be playing in East London as part of the Oxjam fundraiser
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