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Foo Fighters Return To The UK – Why Grohl's Broken Leg And Cancelled Dates Will Make Milton Keynes Unmissable

Dave Grohl has some serious ass-kissing to do. Not only did he stand up the entire Glastonbury festival, but his no-show allowed Florence + The Machine to steal enough of his thunder to keep Wolf Alice off Number One, putting back the rock resurgence by at least a couple of weeks. So, short of offering a bunch of flowers and a make-up goodie bag to every single person at this weekend’s Milton Keynes mega-gigs, what can we expect from Foo Fighters’ big comeback?

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Tom DeLonge On Blink-182, UFOs And Meeting With US Air Force Space Command

Since his "friendly divorce" from Blink-182 earlier this year, pop-punk renaissance man Tom DeLonge has swaggered into creative bachelordom. He recently called NME en route to Los Angeles, where he’s plotting a feature film set in a "universe that looks like Blade Runner, with action that feels like Star Wars, and a character that looks like he came out of A Clockwork Orange."

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Chris Eubank On Alan Partridge And The Possibility Of A Real-Life Youth Hosteling Series

During a 1997 episode of I'm Alan Partridge, Steve Coogan's anti-hero gets flustered and desperately pitches an idea for a TV show called Youth Hosteling With... Chris Eubank? The joke, of course, is that the former boxing world champion has no connection whatsoever with the youth hosteling movement. But nobody ever explained this to Eubank, who spent 18 years having to shrug his shoulders incredulously every time a Partridge fan asked him about it

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The Libertines – Hear An Exclusive Re-Recorded Clip From Classic Lost Song ‘Bucket Shop’

Yeah, so if you’re into The Libertines it’s undoubtedly A Good Thing that they’re back together again, especially since they don’t want to kill each other this time around. But what every die-hard fan really wants to know ahead of new album 'Anthems For Doomed Youth'’s September release, is whether they’ve come good - or butchered - some of the old classics which have been re-recorded to feature on the record’s deluxe version.

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The Dead Weather – New Album 'Dodge & Burn' Track-By-Track First Listen

Jack White may be done with playing live, for the time being at least, but that doesn’t mean he’s slowing down. The Dead Weather’s third LP has been in the works since 2013, and while the stop-start nature of its recording meant that the original plan of releasing it in two-track instalments has been abandoned, ‘Dodge & Burn’ is finally set for release later this month. Has the five-year wait between this record and 2010’s ‘Sea Of Cowards’ been worth it? Here's what we made of it, track by track...

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