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Wreckless Eric


Reviews


Transience (2019)


Ramshackle but enjoyable new album from punk hero Wreckless Eric who refuses to become a pensioner


amERICa (2016)


Excellent new album from 70's cult star Wreckless Eric, which combines punk pop with Americana


Bungalow Hi (2004)


Welcome return for the inimitable Wreckless Eric, back six years after his last album and proving that "his prowess for a memorable pop hook as well as his barbed sense of humour certainly haven’t deserted him"


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Interviews

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Ian Dury and the Blockheads
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John Clarkson speaks to Mick Gallagher, the keyboardist with Ian Dury and the Blockheads, about his group's history, and a new collection, 'The Studio Album Collection', which brings together all of Dury's work


Profiles

Ian Dury and the Blockheads
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With a new box set out on both CD and vinyl which collects all eight of Ian Dury's albums, Tony Gaughan looks back on Dury and his band the Blockheads' extraordinary career


Len Bright Combo
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The Len Bright Combo were a short-lived garage/punk band fronted by Stiff Records' Wreckless Eric. Malcolm Carter examines both their albums, 'The Len Bright Combo' and 'Combo Time', which have recently been reissued by Fire Records


Profile
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Anthony Dhanendran reflects upon Ian Dury's early 1980s albums on the Polydor label, 'Lord Upminster' and '4,000 Weeks Holiday', which have both just been reissued on CD


Albums

Ian Dury
Hit Me! The Best of Ian Dury Ian Dury - Hit Me! The Best of Ian Dury

In our Re:View section John Clarkson examines an impressive three CD Ian Dury retrospective.


Ian Dury
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In the latest in our 'Re : View' series, in which our writers examine albums from the past, John Clarkson looks at Ian Dury's 1977 album, 'New Boots and Panties', which has just been re-released in a 30th anniversary edition







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