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Public Image Limited


Profiles

Public Image Ltd's Reformation (2009)

Public Image Limited -  Public Image Ltd's Reformation

Jon Rogers asks what music audiences can expect from John Lydon's decision to reform Public Image Ltd after an absence of seventeen years for some live shows


Albums

Metal Box (2004)

Public Image Limited - Metal Box

Notoriously difficult, Public Image Ltd's second album, 'Metal Box', was one of the most seminal records of the late 70's. Jon Rogers looks at its impact twenty five years on


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Interviews

John Lydon
Interview John Lydon - Interview

Sex Pistols and Public Image Limited frontman John Lydon speaks to Nick Dent-Robinson about both groups and PiL's latest album, 'What The World Needs Now'


Profiles

Jah Wobble
Profile Jah Wobble - Profile

Adrian Janes examines 'Redux - Anthology 1978-2015', a sumptuous new six CD box set of ex-PiL bassist Jah Wobble’s fascinating musical voyages


Live

Jah Wobble
Donkey, Leicester, 30/5/2015 Jah Wobble - Donkey, Leicester, 30/5/2015

Anthony Strutt watches Jah Wobble play of the year's hottest gigs of the year at The Donkey, one of Leicester's best kept secret venues


Pop Group
Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh, 20/10/2014 Pop Group - Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh, 20/10/2014

Tony Gaughan finds that seminal post-punk outfit the Pop Group have lost none of their abrasive edge in a dynamic show at the Voodoo Rooms in Edinburgh on their first full-length UK tour in over thirty years


Summer Sundae Festival
Leicester, 17/8/3012...19/8/2012 Vegas Tones - Leicester, 17/8/3012...19/8/2012

Anthony Strutt attends high quality local Leicester three day festival Summer Sundae, which saw this year sets from among others Public Image Limited, Billy Bragg, Reverend and the Makers, Ocean Colur Scene and Adam Ant.


Features

Evidently Spencertown
Safety Pins and Genius, Go Johnny Go Miscellaneous - Safety Pins and Genius, Go Johnny Go

With John Lydon about to tour again this month with Public Image Limited, Spencer Robertshaw in his 'Evidently Spencertown' poetry series reflects upon the legendary punk figure







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