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On this day in 1975, Roxy Music released their fifth long-player, Siren. It produced the singles Love Is the Drug and Both Ends Burning, which peaked at Nos 2 and 25 respectively on the UK chart. pic.twitter.com/1Es9Pt7XxT
A happy 62nd birthday to "Weird Al" Yankovic! pic.twitter.com/UHd7JZoRhC
Dave Gahan and Soulsavers have shared another song from their forthcoming covers album Imposter. The track, The Dark End Of The Street, was originally written by Chips Moman and Dan Penn in 1966. Check it out here. youtu.be/qzrT6fxGAKI
On this day in 1976, The Damned released New Rose, widely thought to be the first ever British punk single. It was backed by a cover of The Beatles’ Help! pic.twitter.com/t8Y8vASyPg
On this day in 2001, Rev. Howard Finster - a Baptist minister and artist who designed album covers for the likes of R.E.M. and Talking Heads - died of congestive heart failure at the age of 84. pic.twitter.com/iJweyC38Hr
A happy 68th birthday to Go-Go’s guitarist Charlotte Caffey. pic.twitter.com/Z2PcMGUCmP
RT @steve_harnell Taking place in Outernet in a few minutes at 8pm. Outernet London is a new billon pound immersive media, music and culture district launching in central London in early 2022. Duran get in there first with this streaming event tonight... twitter.com/duranduran/sta…
Are you a Superfan of a particular band or artist? Would you like to appear in a forthcoming issue of Classic Pop Magazine? Email the Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org now for a chance to make it into print! pic.twitter.com/dU1ih2UKss
A happy 64th birthday to one of pop’s great eccentrics, Julian Cope! pic.twitter.com/NQERYAbJBE
On this day in 1992, Madonna released her controversial album, Erotica. It was released simultaneously with Sex, an explicit coffee table book authored by the singer. Check out our guide to Madonna’s albums here. classicpopmag.com/2018/08/the… pic.twitter.com/znPQ7AGMYH
A happy 63rd birthday to Level 42’s Mark King! pic.twitter.com/zGvCexeHtI
On this day in 1979, following a vicious legal battle with MCA, the third Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers album, Damn The Torpedoes, was released on the label's new subsidiary, Backstreet. The record went on to become certified triple platinum. pic.twitter.com/gK1uXJxZT5
Watch Duran Duran party with Elton John, The Queen, Daniel Craig, Lady Gaga and Dolly Parton in the video to their latest single Anniversary! classicpopmag.com/2021/10/dur…
Erasure have dropped the video for their latest single Time (Hearts Full Of Love). The track is taken from Ne:EP, the duo’s latest EP, featuring four previously-unreleased tracks from sessions for The Neon. Watch the video here. youtu.be/WlFXFtGaCWw pic.twitter.com/dYJGwEr4O9
On this day 10 years ago, The Stone Roses announced they were to reunite after a 15-year absence. At a press conference, the band confirmed three gigs at Heaton Park, as well as a world tour. Sadly, the reunion produced just two new songs before they split again in 2017. pic.twitter.com/7Cj8fVU7Cx