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Album: The Swellers – The Light Under Closed Doors

November 20th, 2013

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The Swellers
The Light Under Closed Doors
No Sleep Records
29 October 2013

by Gavin Lloyd

I’ve recently been reading The Psychopath Test by Jon Ronson. It’s a great book about how psychologists test people to see if they’re, well, psychopaths. While it’s a great tool for finding psychopaths in your day-to-day life (I found three in my local Pret the other day), it also inspired me to want to create my own test to engage with peoples’ personalities and gauge their taste in punk music.

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Interview: Paul Brannigan on his Dave Grohl biography, This Is A Call

October 4th, 2011

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Paul Brannigan has been writing about rock music for a while now. He was editor of Kerrang! in its most successful period. He released a collection of Lemmy’s great platitudes in 2009. Now he’s written Dave Grohl’s biography. We talked to him about it because it’s going to be the biggest music book of the last few years and Paul’s a dude.

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Nikki Sixx to release photo journal and SIXX:AM soundtrack + WIN IT ALL!

March 11th, 2011

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Mötley Crüe wrote some of the best songs ever for strippers to wiggle their bums to. For this we’re really thankful. Bassist, Nikki Sixx is a bona fide Rock Icon and his latest press release says he’s a Syndicated Radio Show Host as well. That’s great.

More importantly, on 02 May 2011, Sixx is releasing a book called This Is Gonna Hurt: Music, Photography And Life Through The Distorted Lens Of Nikki Sixx. It just rolls off the tongue. Even better is there will be an 11-track CD companion to the book from SIXX:AM. Combo.

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Album: Mötley Crüe – Dr. Feelgood: Deluxe Edition

September 22nd, 2009

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Mötley Crüe
Dr. Feelgood – Deluxe Edition
Universal Records
21 September 2009

by Luke Morton

With all that’s been said about Mötley Crüe over the years, from the debauchery and drug abuse to the rifts between band members, the music has stayed the same and the band have produced some of the biggest rock anthems of all time. A collection of these are showcased in the 1989 LP Dr. Feelgood which has been revamped into a deluxe edition 20 years after its initial release.

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