Album Review: Therapy?

Therapy?

Facts about this album: * Therapy? are Andy Cairns (guitar, vocals), Michael McKeegan (bass) and Neil Cooper (drums). * Cairns explains that the album is a "celebration of people's quirks", based on a quote from philosoper Immanuel Kant: From...

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So Much For The Ten Year Plan - A Retrospective 1990-2000

So Much For The Ten Year Plan - A Retrospective...

So much indeed. Therapy?, bless them and their unchanging Rock Soc fanbase, have long since found a commercial plateau, playing the same venues to the same people year after year. Furthermore, it's this bilateral relationship that assures their...

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Oxford Zodiac

Oxford Zodiac

Towards the end, Andy Cairns has given up on singing altogether. He stands, surveying the flushed youth of Oxford, lips forming the fish-mouthed rock 'O' that makes him look a bit simple in photographs. And suddenly, the mic stand is in the...

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London Camden Electric Ballroom

London Camden Electric Ballroom

It's a good joke. Asking if we want to see his impression of The Blair Witch Project , Andy Cairns pulls his woolly hat down over his ears, throws a Munch pose and looms into the spotlight like a kid with pocket torch. Suddenly...

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Suicide Pact - You First

Suicide Pact - You First

History is a fickle mistress, but few have been cuckolded quite like Therapy? . In 1993, we were fleetingly prepared to believe they were the future of punk and metal rolled into one. At their best, Thez sounded like techno played with guitars...

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London WC2 Astoria

London WC2 Astoria

Any minute now, the fireworks and dancing girls should appear. They never do, but such a finale wouldn't be out of place. For this special Christmas THERAPY? visit is as slick - and occasionally as embarrassing - as the annual panto....

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