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This week's NME (7 April 2009)

  • In this week's poster section, a classic live shot of Oasis frontman-turned-fashion mogul Liam Gallagher. The new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April. Pic: Dean Chalkley

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  • Under the microscope in Albums this week are Twisted Wheel, whose self-titled debut gets an in-depth review from Gavin Haynes. The new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April.

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  • Fancy some honestly sleazy Flemish raunch'n'roll? Then check out The Black Box Revelation, one of the bands introduced in this week's Radar section. The new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April. Pic: Tom Oxley

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  • Don't let the hippy hair fool you: this time round Kasabian's sonic ambition matches their big mouths. Their comeback gig at London's Royal Albert Hall is reviewed in the new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April. Pic: Andy Willsher

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  • If you thought The Horrors were just cartoon goths, think again. They've just made the first great British psychedelic album of the decade. The new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April. Pic: Dean Chalkley

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  • This week we explore London's thrillingly noisy no-fi scene. Including the pick of the noiseniks, three-piece Graffiti Island (pictured). The new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April.

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  • In News this week, Simian Mobile Disco's James Ford reveals the impressive and extensive guest list for the duo's new album. The new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April.

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  • Rosie And The Goldbug. They love NYC, but will NYV love them? Find out in the new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April. Pic: Jo McCaughey

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  • Lady Sovereign is back with a new album, 'Jigsaw'. Should you care? Read the review in the new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April.

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  • The daftest headgear of the week is sported by Empire Of The Sun, whose shared love of gastronomy, weirdness and the arts are revelealed in the new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April.

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  • In the Live! section this week, we explore the glorious, glamorous indie rock'n'roll of Chew Lips. The new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April.

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  • PJ Harvey reveals the secrets behind one of 2009's best albums so far in the new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April.

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  • This week Dave Gahan, frontman with electro pioneers Depeche Mode, discusses drugs, David Bowie and why he loves his dear old mum. The new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April.

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  • This week's cover stars are The Horrors - we tell the inside story of the astounding second album that will change everything. The new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April.

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  • The 10 tracks you heave to hear this week include efforts from Manic Street Preachers, The XX, Camera Obscura and Detachments. The new issue of NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday 8 April.

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