This week's NME (9 September 2008)

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This week's NME (9 September 2008)

Ladyhawke is interviewed in the latest edition of NME magazine on being "a bumbling fool," performing live ("sometimes I'm so shy I feel like I can't even sing,") and felines ("I had a cat all my life, but he wasn't a nice cat"). Photo: Dean Chalkley

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This week's NME (9 September 2008)

The Streets' fourth album, 'Everything Is Borrowed', is reviewed in NME this week. Read the full report of this 'minor masterpiece' and 'the thinking man's Streets album' in the new issue, which hits shelves across the UK today.

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It's 'Greatest Hits' time for The Coral - check out what NME made of the Hoylake group's singles' collection in this week's issue, on newsstands now.

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This week's NME cover stars Late Of The Pier give an exclusive interview about their bid to takeover the music scene from their mansion studio. "The desired effect and aim is to slowly decay the roots of all the shit music being released nowadays," unveils singer Sam. For this, plus the verdict on Oasis' live comeback, pick up your copy of NME, on sale across the UK this week.

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Die! Die! Die! onstage at the Hainault Forest Country Park-based Offset Festival. Pick up your copy of the latest edition of NME, which hits shelves this week, for a full review of the late August alt-fest, with Metronomy, Maccabees, Gang Of Four and more. Photo: Ben Cannon

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In this week's NME The Gaslight Anthem's Brian speaks candidly about growing up in New Jersey ("the dirt just comes with you when you're born") and The Meaning Of Soul ("It's a yearning - the sound of the rumble of the very big frustration in the belly of man"). For further Gaslight musings check out the September 13 edition of NME. Photo: Andy Willsher

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In the September 13 edition of NME, we take a look at the new album from the red-lipped provocateur behind 'I Kissed A Girl' and 'UR So Gay', Katy Perry. Is it any cop? No - but read the review in the issue to find out why.

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pop-punkers Kids In Glass Houses took over punter Jen Long's house in Cardiff on August 27 for what was probably one of the most raucously diabolical house parties of all time. Read the review in the new issue of NME, which hits shelves this week. Photo: Tim Cochrane

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Metallica's 'invigorating, dynamic and truly exciting' ninth studio album 'Death Magnetic' is reviewed in Albums this week. Check out the new issue of NME which goes on sale throughout the UK this week, for the full lowdown. Photo: Danny North

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Late Of The Pier are interviewed in this week's issue of NME, dated September 13, on everything from Klaxons ("the only thing we share with them is a sense of the fantastical") through to "how John Lennon could influence gamma rays in his mind" and taking jam sessions in their pyjamas. Photo: Ed Miles

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Castle Donington's Late Of The Pier reveal "we lie all the time - we can't be bothered to tell the truth," in an interview with NME. Read the full story in the issue which hits shelves this week and catch the band live on tour throughout the UK this October. Photo: Ed Miles

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In News this week we head into the studio with indie supergroup Mongrel to get an exclusive album update: "There's a big funk thing [on the album]," reveals Babyshambles' Drew McConnell of the Adrian Sherwood-produced LP. Photo: Tim Cochrane

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Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher onstage during the band's comeback gig in Calgary, Canada, on Saturday August 30. Read all about the show, which included roof-shaking renditions of 'Live Forever' and 'Wonderwall' and encore-closing cover of 'I Am The Walrus', in the Live section in the new edition of NME. Photo: Christina Ryan

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Gobby Northern punk-rockers Twisted Wheel are interviewed for Radar in the latest edition of NME. The trio - frontman Jonny Brown, bassist Rick Lees and drummer Adam Clarke - formed in February last year triggering an A&R frenzy and much Monkeys labelling: "I hate the Arctic Monkeys comparisons! We're different - it annoys me," spits Jonny. Read the full story in the issue. Photo: Danny North

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MGMT's Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser are planning a new double album. The duo reveal in News in the new issue of NME that: "We thought we'd go for the cliched, overly-ambitious sophomore album," but admitted they didn't have any fully-formed songs for it yet - "We've been kinda partying..." Photo: James Quinton

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This week's NME (9 September 2008)

Bloc Party in Miloco Studios, London, last week. The band were snapped laying down B-sides for their next single, 'Talons', due for release on October 20. Check the new issue of NME for this Gallery photo, the Oasis live comeback review, an exclusive Late Of The Pier interview and more. Photo: Andy Willsher

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In 2006 singer Mikel Jollett of LA punkers The Airbourne Toxic Event learned that he had a life-threatening genetic disease. The next day he discovered his mother had cancer, broke up with his girlfriend, quit work and one month later he formed the band. "The feeling wasn't that I had so much more to say but that I had less time to say it..." he reveals in Radar, in the September 13 issue of NME, out now. Photo: Pamela Littky

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