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[magtext]Who is in your Ultimate Band? Your favourite stars and NME writers pick their dream line-ups and the results of the polls on NME.com reveal the most popular fantasy group of all time.[/magtext]
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[subhead]It's About My Bloody Valentine Time[/subhead]
Exclusive interview with My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields who reveals that after 21 years they are finally on the verge of a new album.
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[subhead]Getting A Hold Of Wiley[/subhead]
NME manages to get some time to chat with one of the founders of Grime and finds out what’s been giving him grief lately.
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[subhead]High Scores For Crystal Castles[/subhead]
Album number three is upon us. Find out how much it scores in this week’s reviews section. Also in for assessment: Green Day’s second of the year and the latest from Deftones.
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[subhead]Rock Battle Commences[/subhead]
Muse and The Killers both hit the UK this week with their massive tours. Who will win the battle of Britain’s stadiums? NME's Barry Nicolson decides.
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[subhead]Taxi For Gabriel Bruce[/subhead]
New rock’n’roll troubadour is let loose on the streets of New York City. Writer Hazel Sheffield jumps in the taxi with him for a night about town.
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[subhead]Pieces Of Annie Mac[/subhead]
Queen of the decks, Annie Mac, gets the Pieces Of Me treatment as NME finds out about her past as a mandolin player. More details inside.
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