Parlophone Records are reissuing Kraftwerk’s 12345678 remasters catalogue on coloured vinyl Kraftwerk fans rejoice, as Parlophone Records have announced that the band’s 2009-released 12345678 remasters catalogue are being reissued on coloured vinyl…
Everything But The Girl’s final album, 1999’s Temperamental followed the polished clubbing template of its superb predecessor, Walking Wounded. Less successful second time out, most of the drum & bass…
On this day in 1985, Prince released Take Me With U. The song is a duet with Apollonia Kotero, and was originally intended for the Apollonia 6 album, until Prince decided he wanted it for the Purple Rain soundtrack instead.
On this day 31 years ago, in Rio De Janeiro, Eurythmics played their last concert until their 1999 reunion. "Dave [Stewart] and I had got quite heartily sick of each other," Annie Lennox explained. "And I say that in an affectionate way."
A happy 41st birthday to soul star Alicia Keys. Apart from her stellar solo career, she’s also the co-singer, along with Jack White, of the theme song to Bond movie Quantum of Solace.
On this day in 2019, Weezer released the Teal Album, a collection of covers featuring their hit rendition of Africa, plus versions of Take On Me, Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This), No Scrubs and Billie Jean.
"Groovy fella" Jools Holland hits 63 today. The former Squeeze keyboardist broke into TV in 1982 as one of the presenters of The Tube. He’s fronted BBC2’s Later... With Jools Holland since 1992.
On this day in 1984, the latest copy of American magazine Newsweek was published, with Boy George and Annie Lennox on the cover under the headline “Britain Rocks America – Again”. pic.twitter.com/eIOGuhFNme
On this day in 1997, The Spice Girls movie Spice World opened in the US. The film would prove a big success Stateside, breaking the record for the highest-ever debut for Super Bowl weekend with box office sales of $10,527,222.
On this day in 1985, in his annual list of the Worst-Dressed Women, bitchy fashion critic Richard Blackwell named Cher the Worst Of 1984, writing that she "has little or less respect for being a woman." Cyndi Lauper came in at No.4. pic.twitter.com/adgZYCppA1
On this day in 1997, we lost the great Billy MacKenzie of The Associates, who died by suicide at the age of just 39. The Cure’s song Cut Here from 2001 was written about Robert Smith’s friendship with the late Scottish singer.
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