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The Past Was Yours but the Future’s Mine – The Stone Roses, Heaton Park

June 30, 2012


written by Robert Pollard ‘I’m no clown’ cries Ian Brown……whilst dressed like a teenager and singing way out of key Last night, in a field full of 75,000 overweight forty-somethings hellbent on reliving their youth, The Stone Roses played their ‘comeback’ gig; a gig which confirmed their status as the most overrated band on the […]

Murray makes short work of Davydenko

June 26, 2012


Faultless Murray surges into round 2 after classy display  Andy Murray produced a ruthlessly efficient performance against the former world number 3 Nikolay Davydenko in the first round of Wimbledon 2012, winning 6-1 6-1 6-4 in front of an exuberant home crowd. It was a breathtaking Centre Court display which should fill Murray with confidence […]

Morrissey turns on Obama and al Assad

June 25, 2012


written by Robert Pollard al Assad, Obama and the UN now the focus of Morrissey’s disgust. In a music world full of identikit pop stars, Morrissey’s continued presence is refreshing respite. While most musicians toe the line during monotonous interviews, Morrissey provides us with honesty and opinion. His current world tour, which has so far […]