This week's NME (4 February 2009)

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This week's NME (4 February 2009)

Dundonians The View have released their second album 'Which Bitch?' this week (February 2). Singer Kyle Falconer gives us an exclusive track-by-track guide, only in NME this week, on newsstands now. Photo: Ed Miles

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This week's NME (4 February 2009)

In NME this week, our new-look tracks section contains vital tunes from Pete Doherty, Lil Wayne, My Chemical Romance and The Killers.

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This week's NME (4 February 2009)

Gracing the NME cover this week are the not-so-shy cast of 'Skins', who discuss sex, drugs, mySpace and how their TV show has become an essential rock 'n' roll ingredient.

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Sterophonics' Kelly Jones (featured left) is a big fan of vintage leather jackets â

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This week's NME (4 February 2009)

Selling a pair of funky-house influenced, Lemar-remixing producers named Crazy Cousinz to NME readers may appear an impossible task, but that's exactly what we attempt to do in the latest issue, on sale at all good newsagents now.

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Bloc Party vocalist tells jokes onstage at Glasgow Academy about The Kooks and his cartwheeling bowels, which you can read about in our Live section. Check out the surprisingly light-hearted report, only in NME, on newsstands now. Photo: Neale Smith

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Dan Martin tells the eye-opening tale of Josh Homme and Jesse Hughes, two best friends who became closer than brothers and then formed the finest side-project in rock, Eagles Of Death Metal, only in NME this week. Photo: Tom Oxley

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The Gay Blades are the focus of this week's Radar section. Band members Clark Westfield and Puppy Mills explain to NME how they first bonded while they were carnies, travelling around the US as part of a white trash flea market. Read the enlightening tale in the latest issue of NME, dated February 4. Photo: Pieter M Van Hattem

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Appealing to the minority in Albums this week are Hot Leg (Justin Hawkins' new band) with their debut LP 'Red Light Fever'. Find out if The Darkness' ex-frontman is capable of delivering anything other than an annoying racket, only in NME this week.

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NME meets the cast and crew of TV show 'Skins' this week, where they vent their frustration, telling us: "Teens get blamed for everything but Skins shows the good side too." Read their convincing argument in the latest issue, dated February 4. Photo: Tom Oxley

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In the '90s The Prodigy's punk-cum-thrash-cum-acid house rave racket made the whole world start the dance. But in 2009, where will the electro-ravers fit in? NME's Tim Chester investigates in the latest issue, out now. Photo: Tom Oxley

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In this week's NME you'll find your weekly dose of musical freebies including posters of The Killers (see above), White Lies and Kings Of Leon.

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'Celebrity Big Brother' contestant Terry Christian is featured in 'My Music' this week, where he speaks about his hero Bob Marley and recalls the best gig of his life. The ex-presenter of 'The Word' also admits to being reduced to tears at a show at Bingley Hall, Stafford in 1979, only in NME this week.

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Tommy Sparks is another artist featured in Radar this week. The former hip-hop head and one-time member of scuzz-bunnies Vatican DC is good mates with Bloc Party following a tour support with his old band. Get the latest from Tommy's supporting tour with Kele and co at NME.COM/Blogs now.

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