Articles written by: Mark Scott

Stranger Than Fiction: Goodbye Steve Strange

Stranger Than Fiction: Goodbye Steve Strange

Mark bids farewell to a musical artist unlike any other. 

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AWESOME ALBUMS: The Killers – Hot Fuss (2004)

AWESOME ALBUMS: The Killers – Hot Fuss (2004)

Mark revisits the iconic debut from The Killers ten years on. 

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AWESOME ALBUMS: Pulp – His ‘n’ Hers (1994)

AWESOME ALBUMS: Pulp – His ‘n’ Hers (1994)

Mark revisits a classic from the Jarvis Cocker troupe on its twentieth anniversary. 

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AWESOME ALBUMS: Talk Talk – The Colour of Spring (1986)

AWESOME ALBUMS: Talk Talk – The Colour of Spring (1986)

Mark takes a look at a New Wave classic from one of Britain’s most underrated bands. 

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AWESOME ALBUMS: The Stone Roses – The Stone Roses (1989)

AWESOME ALBUMS: The Stone Roses – The Stone Roses (1989)

With a documentary about them due for release, Mark revisits the debut from one of the most acclaimed and divisive bands in British rock. 

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LOST AND FOUND #12: The Sugarcubes – Life’s Too Good (1988)

LOST AND FOUND #12: The Sugarcubes – Life’s Too Good (1988)

Is it oh so quiet? Mark checks out an Icelandic band that gave Björk her big break. 

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AWESOME ALBUMS: The Smiths – Meat is Murder (1985)

AWESOME ALBUMS: The Smiths – Meat is Murder (1985)

Is there anything Johnny Marr can’t do with a guitar? Mark Scott takes a look at what is arguably The Smith’s best record. 

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AWESOME ALBUMS: Radiohead – OK Computer (1997)

AWESOME ALBUMS: Radiohead – OK Computer (1997)

Is this milestone from one of Britain’s most beloved rock acts overrated or simply one of the greatest recordings of all time? 

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