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Album Review: Mansun – Six 21st Anniversary Reissue

Album Review: Mansun – Six 21st Anniversary Reissue

Is it really 21 years since Mansun released the iconic Six? Surprisingly, it is and to commemorate the anniversary, Mansun have remastered the album and collected various demos, outtakes and alternate versions of tracks for the special edition.

Mansun – Six

Mansun were riding high after their debut album, Continue reading →

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Weesp Interview And Black Sails Album Review

Weesp Interview And Black Sails Album Review

Weesp released their latest album, Black Sails, earlier this year. I caught up with Mike Zalutski and Dmitry ‘Mi’ Budko, the guitarist and bass players from the band to talk about the new album and the gear they use. Continue reading →

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Album Review: Paradise Lost – Believe In Nothing Remixed/Remastered Re-Release

Album Review: Paradise Lost – Believe In Nothing Remixed/Remastered Re-Release

Believe In Nothing was one of those rare albums which managed to be a disappointment and also be underrated at the same time. When it was originally released in 2001 I don’t think anyone was happy with it. Paradise Lost fans either wanted the band to return to their goth metal roots or take the band’s newer electro inspired sound to another level. The record label wanted them to become more mainstream. I don’t think the band really knew what they wanted but they weren’t allowed an opinion if the rumours surrounding the album are correct. Having said that Continue reading →

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Album Review: Mansun – Attack Of The Grey Lantern Reissue

Album Review: Mansun – Attack Of The Grey Lantern Reissue

In 1997, Mansun burst onto the scene with [amazon_textlink asin=’B07BSLQGJB|B07BSMHG3M’ text=’Attack of the Grey Lantern’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’uk125|us125′ marketplace=’UK|US’ link_id=’9265530c-6d5d-11e8-9302-a10abc5fa378′]. Capturing the hearts of many who found the Britpop scene rather boring, Mansun provided an alternative.

Never afraid to be different Continue reading →

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