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    Kate Bush

    That's a fabulously patronising reply to a reasonable question. You're in Comeback Corner now, son, we talk about music using complete sentences and everything down here, no "ddddd" or "I-" or "SCREAM" required. So I'm afraid that impenetrable abbreviations aren't going to cut it. How in fuck's...
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    Kate Bush

    What I'd like to see: 1. The Wholly Whole Story - every UK single in its correct 7" format, chronological tracklist. 2. A Blu Ray boxset of everything they can clear from her archive of TV performances - from Live In Concert to Ask Aspel to The Line, The Cross And The Curve, not to mention 4K...
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    Top of the Pops BBC4

    When rap metal and new metal turn up to dominate the charts you'll be BEGGING for hair metal to come back, believe me. Limp Bizkit are perhaps popular music's nadir.
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    Kate Bush

    I can do without the faux-soulful hysterics and the 20 second reverb on everything. Give me the original "Wuthering Heights" every time.
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    Kate Bush

    An actual Popjustice.
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    LGBTQIA+

    Personally I don't think anyone should be claiming anyone. Art should not be a ghetto.
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    Kate Bush

    I never liked "The Morning Fog" as the end of The Ninth Wave on record; it feels a bit makeweight. But the Before The Dawn version was an incredibly cathartic moment, stunningly performed - much better.
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    Kate Bush

    You'll get some home-made mince pies and you'll like it.
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    The Cardigans

    The risk of a disappointing comeback is very high when the person who wrote all the songs isn't involved.
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    The Cardigans

    I'm simultaneously disappointed and relieved.
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    The Cardigans

    New music might be on the way? https://www.nme.com/news/music/the-cardigans-share-studio-footage-of-first-new-music-since-2005-3246611 I haven't watched the video because fuck Facebook but can someone confirm if Peter is involved?
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    Kate Bush

    That can go on disc 3 along with her collaborations with Big Country, Midge Ure, Zaine Griff, Donal Lunny etc.
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    Kate Bush

    New running order. Chronological. Nothing left out. With the correct, original single mixes. This will, of course, never happen.
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    Depeche Mode

    I can't imagine the band without him. And in terms of DM's social ecology, wasn't Fletch always the buffer between Martin and Dave? If he's not there, can they function? I think they're done. And how sad that is to type.
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    Depeche Mode

    Stunned. Never would have imagined he'd be the first to go, and certainly not so young. What awful news.
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    Now That's What I Call Music (Nostalgia)

    No one has said anything like that. If you feel you're being belittled because I don't want to buy the same compilation you do, then you should consider spending less time online. This is a discussion site about pop music. People will disagree. And so they should, it would be boring if we were...
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    Now That's What I Call Music (Nostalgia)

    It exists because capitalism. There will be gay men who love it, and good luck to them. Personally I've always resented my sexuality being reduced to a "lifestyle" in any sense, so these compilations irritate me. But saying that around here frequently results in being labelled "a 'not one of...
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    Now That's What I Call Music (Nostalgia)

    You can literally trace the intern's train of thought across the track list. Now That's What I Call "Will This Do?"
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    Vangelis RIP

    I listened to 666 by Aphrodite's Child the other night - a PJ-unfriendly album if I ever heard one - and it still stands up over 50 years later as a dizzying whirl of psychedelia that's not quite like any other record I've ever heard. And that was only the start of the great man's career. RIP.
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    Prince

    For You is an amusing, if slight, confection. But the self-titled second album is fucking brilliant - it's where he really starts to show off his range and the result is wall-to-wall bops.
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