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Album Suggestions from September 2011

You will find Todd Rundgren next to The Sex Pistols (that does make me giggle) and Duke Ellington next to Queens of the Stone Age (“Songs for the Deaf” on a hi-fi? Why not?).

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The Art of the Album Part One

Colleen tracks the birth of the LP and its almighty significance in our lives.

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Peter Hook’s Top 5 Albums Of All Time

Ahead of our event at Miranda in London on October 13th we caught up with Peter Hook who shared with us his Top 5 Albums Of All Time.

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Forgotten Classic: Dinosaur Jr ‘You’re Living All Over Me’

Our latest Forgotten Classic looks back at Dinosaur Jr’s 1987 alt-rock masterpiece ‘You’re Living All Over Me’.

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The British Library & CAS Celebrate Punk London

Join us for two special sessions in which members of The Buzzcocks and The Damned recall the early days of punk and the creation of their seminal records.

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Album Suggestions for January 2015

Back again for another year of classic albums, here’s the first bunch of suggestions from our listeners in 2015.

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Album of the Month: The Clash ‘London Calling’

With their third studio album The Clash proved they were more than a punk rock band and in the same league as some of rock n’ roll’s finest.

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Cocteau Twins “Blue Bell Knoll” presented by Will Lynn

DJ Will Automagic presents one of his favourite albums and one that ushered in the dawn of ‘shoe-gazing’.

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CAS West London presents The Clash “London Calling”

Many West Londoners can’t be asked to make their way to Islington for our events but fear not Westerners! CAS is coming to your neighborhood on 14 October when we present The Clash’s “London Calling” with Sonata Hi-fi at The Paradise. Nice.

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Album of the Month: Joy Division “Unknown Pleasures”

In an interview from the time on radio show “Rock On”, Curtis described the early Warsaw days .“When we started initially playing we couldn’t really play to be honest. It was very loose and a bit of a fun thing – we’re in a group; we’re playing. It was about August 1977 when we really started getting our own particular way.”

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