This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

Think Muse have made a great live album? Rocket From The Crypt were doing that years ago, and this week Louis Pattison explains why you need it in your record collection.

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

Alex Turner and Miles Kane release their debut single as The Last Shadow Puppets, and Moby returns this week. Both are reviewed alongside Look See Proof, Les Savy Fav, and The Long Blondes in NME this week.

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

The Beatles on the first ever live satellite TV broadcast, where they played 'All You Need Is Love' with The Rolling Stones, Keith Moon and Eric Clapton on backing vocals to 400 million people after just ONE rehearsal. Get the pic at the back of NME today.

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

After The Futureheads were dropped from their label, they decided to go it alone. Find out how they crafted the comeback of, if not the century, at least 2008, in today's magazine.

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

A chance to win tickets to see Noel Fielding, interviews with Panic At The Disco, The Kills and Elbow, reviews of all the gigs and CDs that matter this week, plus 510 gigs listed and loads more, all in NME magazine, out today.

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

Operator Please are among the indie stars caught live in NME this week, including Foals, Yeasayer, Laura Marling and Duffy. Photo: Tim Cochrane

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

Find out what happened when anti-folk darlings Laura Marling and Johnny Flynn both played a London church, in this week's Live section. Photo: James Quinton

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

There's loads of great albums out this week including the Muse DVD/ CD boxset 'H.A.A.R.P.', Does It Offend You, Yeah?'s debut, a new release from Mystery Jets and more. Check out verdict on them all in NME magazine, out today.

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

Supergrass and The Black Crowes release comeback CDs this week, while Australia's Muscles and Manchester's The Whipe bring the rave to our albums review section.

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

Meet the Horrettes, aka Ipso Facto, who spent large parts of their recent Manchester show staring at the ceiling. Find out what else happened, when they supported Yeasayer, in NME this week. Photo: Danny North

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

Find out what happened when "long-haired dorks in leather waistcoasts" Yeasayer, and "monochrome goths" Ipso Facto shared a bill together in Manchester last week, only in this week's NME. Photo: Danny North

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

How does it feel to go out with Kate Moss? Find out this and a lot more as we grill The Kills this week. Photo: Dean Chalkley

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

Despite constant acclaim from NME, Elbow remain steadfastly under the mainstream radar. Find out why, and why that's a travesty, in the mag out today. Photo: Andy Whitton

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

REM were one of the (no) surprise hits of SXSW last week, and this picture is our full-page news image in the magazine, out today. Photo: Andy Willsher

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

"We've grown up. Hopefully our fans have too." Find out what's going on in the heads of Panic At The Disco in NME this week. Photo: Dean Chalkley

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

Panic At The Disco reveal all about their wildly different direction this week's cover feature, and we take a look at other bands that have veered off course (for better or worse) during their career, including Dylan going electric and Menswear going country. Photo: Dean Chalkley

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

Panic At The Disco lost the exclamation mark, bag an NME cover, and declare emo dead. What's going on? Only one way to find out... Photo: Dean Chalkley

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This week's NME (March 18, 2008)

Foals have provoked some furious debate on our news post comment boards. What do you think of them? More importantly, find out what we thought, when we caught them in Newcastle last week. Photo: Tim Cochrane

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