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  • The Final Word
    The Final Word UNDERWORLD Barbara Barbara We Face A Shining Future E mail this to a friend Your friends e mail Your name Your e mail

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  • The Final Word
    the 12 songs from Night Thoughts in full and in order whilst the accompanying non linear silent film tells the tale that thematically matches the songs lyrically the songs are dense and layered and musically they follow a sort of thematic structure as motifs phrases and elements reappear from song to song and within each song The film is chock full of trigger warnings for our sensitive souls with the usual pregnancy suicide death drugs and tragedy One thing that is fascinating with some artists is seeing them grow older Seeing artists change their concerns and their work so they reflect not just who they are but who they are now how they reflect the world now and what it is to get older how your priorities change from gay animal sex drugs and bands and gangs to the themes that Night Thoughts reflect parenthood children responsibility love loss age how to remain engaged in a world where culture is no longer interested in you but in other people with disposable income and no attention span Being AC DC and still going on about Sinking The Pink and Rock Shockers when you re 72 much as I love AC DC that s just boring Suede have remained firmly not in the boring camp And when they edged towards it they split up for several years The film that they perform behind is by no means an easy watch a domestic tragedy of a normal life The whole thing builds to a chilling crescendo around when you realise that whatever you have done to get this far in life might simply not have been enough to make the battle worthwhile Most bands don t touch this kind of subject matter They re too chickenshit to do so instead preferring to provide

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  • The Final Word
    The Final Word SUEDE Night Thoughts Live Manchester Albert Hall 09 February 2016 E mail this to a friend Your friends e mail Your name Your e mail

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  • Latest - The Final Word
    3 Jul THE ULTI MATRIX Graham Reed 1332 15 Jul U2 oops we did it again Sorry Mr Record Company Graham Reed 1261 17 Jul THE WONDER STUFF Escape from Rubbish Island new single album tour and line up Mark Reed 1232 19 Jul Megadeth Lawsuits are our business and business is good Graham Reed 1210 24 Jul VINCE NEIL Music to Crash your Car To Again Graham Reed 7575 24 Jul THERAPY Evil Live And In The studio Graham Reed 1062 27 Jul THE WONDER STUFF Full Album Details Mark Reed 1428 27 Jul SICK OF IT ALL There s gonna be a B Sides breakout Graham Reed 1175 1 Aug MANSUN The Ones that Slipped Away Graham Reed 1119 2 Aug DEPECHE MODE Get Devotional again Graham Reed 1336 29 Aug ALABAMA 3 Outlaws ready for release Mark Reed 2116 29 Aug LEONARD COHEN new album from the Zen Buddhist Monk Mark Reed 1277 1 Sep THE PIXIES Double CD of previously unheard Frank Black recordings on the way Mark Reed 1038 4 Sep R E M Play Hammersmith Apollo Mark Reed 1346 6 Sep MANIC STREET PREACHERS to tour Mark Reed 994 15 Sep REM 2005 UK

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  • The Final Word
    never alone with David Bowie Because David Bowie made it more than OK to be different He made it right David Bowie made it right to do the thing that was right for you There was a different Bowie for everyone and unlike many artists whose artistic identity was defined in narrow roads Bowie s work whatever it was wasn t eclectic at all but the work of a rounded human who showed all his sides There something in him for everyone And now we come to the fact that there is a world without him in it Every listener viewer or reader everyone has a relationship with the artist we bring to their work ourselves and they bring themselves to the world We align with what we know We love strangers and cry to their songs that unlock emotions or let us know that it is ok to take the mask off and let go of the weights we carry David Bowie was a friend I didn t meet but not a person I didn t know Blackstar is a record that yesterday sounded like a brave new artistic direction by one of the most fascinating and important artists

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  • The Final Word
    The Final Word DAVID BOWIE 1947 2016 E mail this to a friend Your friends e mail Your name Your e mail

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  • The Final Word
    much material spread across 14 or so studio albums and 5 compilations that they could play a song from every album in a full show and still not cover all of them For me my favourite Wedding Present song walks a tightrope between wit sincerity and tender fury and starting with Come Play With Me they play six songs probably my six of my top seven Wedding Present songs in a row Dalliance is a song they ve played a lot but like any Wedding Present show there s no one song they play at every show especially when there s something like 50 singles in their armoury Dalliance is staggering Not only does it sound glorious but the venue is heaving with middle aged people jumping up and down and pushing each other yelling the words and well it s just both enormous fun and wonderfully cathartic Setlist Everyone Thinks He Looks Daft You Should Always Keep In Touch With Your Friends Broken Bow Skin Diving Deer In Headlights Santa Monica Come Play With Me Dalliance Dare Flying Saucer Kennedy Bewitched My Favourite Dress NEDS ATOMIC DUSTBIN I ve managed to miss one whole gig by Ned s Atomic Dustbin in the past five years I had a ticket but the inlaws were seeing Neil bloody Diamond that night And now 25 years after the first time they headlined the Civic and I spent most of post gig night shivering in show on the way home and I m back now The hair had migrated to my jaw and off my head the belly is slightly larger and I live 200 miles away down south by the sea surrounded by Tories and beaches The music hasn t changed the audience hasn t changed the passion or the fierce adrenalin

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  • The Final Word
    The Final Word KYTV25 NEDS ATOMIC DUSTBIN THE WEDDING PRESENT THE PRIMITIVES EAT Wolverhampton Civic Hall E mail this to a friend Your friends e mail Your name Your e

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