Radiohead released the box set version of new album Ã¢â
Art Brut headed out on the road with The Hold Steady as part of the 32-date NME US RockÃ¢â
Foo Fighters returned to the UK to headline the V Festival â
Gallows singer Frank Carter was injured during a live performance in Stoke in September. Pic: Tom Oxley
Klaxons look over the moon at receiving NMEâ
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T in the Park 2007 PA
Luke Pritchard, singer with The Kooks, onstage at Scotlandâ
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Tony Wilson Dean Chalkley/NME
Factory Records boss and all-round legend Tony Wilson died from complications related to cancer in August, aged just 57. In homage, we put him on the NME cover, seeing as heâ
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Beastie Boys MCA (Adam Yauch) (left) and Ad-Rock (Adam Horovitz) during their gig at the Brixton Academy, south London. PA
The Beastie Boys toured the UK in September. Pic: PA Photos
New band of the year were Scots Glasvegas, whose limited-edition debut single sold out in a few days. The quartet will be appearing on the bill of a Shockwaves NME Awards show in February 2008.
Pic: Danny North
Parisian DJ duo Justice had a good 2007. Consisting of Gaspard AugÃ
Bloc Party made it to the Iceland Airwaves festival in Reykjavik in October. Pic: Tom Oxley
The Libertines released a Best Of album. The band were originally called The Strand, and played their last-ever gig in Paris on December 17 , 2004. Pic: Roger Sargent
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Nationwide Mercury Prize 2007 held at the Grosvenor House - Show
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Credit: (Mandatory): Stephanie Methven / WENN Dean Chalkley/NME
Klaxons released their debut album â
27The Enemy at Cardiff Great Hall (NME Rock N Roll Riot Tour 2007)
The Enemy at Cardiff Great Hall (NME Rock N Roll Riot Tour 2007)
The Enemy cemented their reputation as one of the UKâ
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Gossip singer Beth Ditto reveals all on a controversial issue of NME in May. The band's biggest hit, â
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Style: "archade fire shot2"
In March, Arcade Fire released 'Neon Bible'.
In February Babyshambles played a Shockwaves NME Awards show. The band were joined onstage by Pete Doherty's then-girlfriend, Kate Moss. Pic: PA Photos
The Enemy played a Shockwaves NME Awards show in February. Pic: Andy Willsher
Morrissey gave NME an exclusive interview back in February.
The NME Indie Rave Tour was a bit of a love-in, to be honest. Although theyâ
Primal Scream were the winners of the prestigious Godlike Genius Awards at the Shockwave NME Awards in March and they were joined onstage by another Godlike winner - Mick Jones of The Clash. Pic: Andy Willsher
Arctic Monkeys released their second album in April. Pic: Dean Chalkley
British hardcore troupe Gallows were the highlight of the South By Southwest festival in Austin in March, playing three shows at the event. One took place in the daytime and was attended by Lethal Bizzle, Tom Morello from Rage Against The Machine and Janeâ
Arctic Monkeys returned to their old stomping grounds in February to play a low-key secret show at Sheffieldâ
The Camden Crawl took place in April, with over 120 bands playing across two nights at 25 venues. Highlights included Hadouken!, although many punters complained that large queues for oversubscribed venues meant that they actually got to see very few bands.
Pic: Andy Willsher
Amy Winehouse played the Coachella festival in May. Pic: Tom Oxley
The White Stripes unveil their new â
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My Chemical Romance made another appearance on our cover, talking about their â
Kasabian rocked the Royal Albert Hall at the latest set of gigs organised by The Whoâ
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