SOUND BYTES; GO 2: ROCK.RICHARD ASHCROFT releases his second solo single, Money To Burn, on Monday. The former Verve front-man, who recently took delivery of first child Sonny, follows up with his Alone With Everybody album on June 26 and has been confirmed for a headline spot at the V2000 festivals in Chelmsford and Staffordshire.
PUNK popsters Blink 182 release new single What's My Age Again on June 19. Like All The Small Things, which reached No.2 in the UK charts, it's lifted from their Enema enema /en·e·ma/ (en´e-mah) [Gr.] a solution introduced into the rectum to promote evacuation of feces or as a means of introducing nutrients, medicinal substances, or opaque material for radiologic examination of the lower intestinal Of The State album which has now gone gold over here to follow up its quadruple-platinum success in the States.
SEMISONIC will play Glastonbury later this month and follow up with main- stage appearances at V2000 in August. The Minneapolis trio are currently recording the follow-up to their Feeling Strangely fine album, which has now shifted over 350,000 copies in the UK.
ROCK FOLLIES Rock Follies, and its sequel, Rock Follies of '77, was an innovative and groundbreaking comedy musical drama shown on British television in the mid 1970s. and Rock Follies of '77 - the soundtracks from the cult classic TV series - have been given their first-ever CD release. The songs performed by The Little Ladies (aka Julie Covington Julie Covington (born September 11 1947, London) is an English singer and actress, best known for recording the original version of "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina". Career , Rula Lenska Rula Lenska (born Countess Roza-Marie Leopoldyna Lubienska on 30 September 1947) is an English-born actress of Polish extraction who is best known for her television work and for her marriage to Dennis Waterman. and Charlotte Cornwall) were written by Howard Schuman and Roxy Music's Andy Mackay Andrew "Andy" Mackay (born 23 July 1946) is an English musician, best known as the saxophonist for the art rock group Roxy Music. Life and career
Mackay was born in Lostwithiel, Cornwall, England, and grew up in central London. , who provide updated liner notes liner notes
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THE soundtrack of Maybe Baby - written and directed by Ben Elton and starring Hugh Laurie and Joely Richardson - is an eclectic mixture featuring a title track from Paul McCartney and contributions from George Michael, Westlife, Melanie C, Elvis Costello, Tin Tin Out, Roxy Music and Madness among others.