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A Farewell to T in the Park - Balado

As the 21st T in the park drew to a close in July and said a final farewell to Balado, I was watching Calvin Harris from the comfort of my sofa and thinking about previous years. 1,225 more words


Crossing Tracks Playlist - 25th August 2014

Presenter: Suzi Hutchings

Crossing Tracks Radio Show on Monday 25th August 2014 from 10pm to Midnight – on Radio Adelaide – on digital radio, on-line and 101.5FM… 298 more words


Songs From The Edge: 1991, Pt. 2

94.5 The Edge was the greatest radio station I have ever heard. It debuted in Dallas in the summer of 1989, and for five years it exposed me to more new alternative music than I could have ever imagined. 731 more words


Ivy Ivy Ivy

Ivy will never forgive me and why should she? That girl’s a looker, a definite work of art. And yet every time we get together I can’t help but drag her down to my level. 198 more words

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Movin' On Up//Primal Scream

*1991, Screamadelica

I was blind, now I can see
You made a believer out of me
I was blind, now I can see
You made a believer out of me… 74 more words


Primal Scream's "XTRMNTR" and the age of inequality

Primal Scream once entitled a song “Bomb the Pentagon,” before 9/11 happened. By 2002, it had morphed into a mediocre stomper called “Rise,” and the legendary Scottish band was never the same. 1,013 more words


Heartlands (Dino Entertainment, 1992)

Dino Entertainment was a label that specialised in compilations back during the early 1990s. A number of its releases have become favourites in my collection – Cold Sweat, Precious, Trance Dance, Rave Generation and the Hardcore series – all of which can be found for pence. 283 more words

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