Let Me Come Over - 25th Anniversary Edition
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Fields Of The Nephilim Announce London Winter Solstice Show - Stereoboard
Fields Of The Nephilim have lined up a London show to mark the Winter Solstice....
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Simon ThornhillClearly Fields Of The Nephilim to scared to come up north like a proper band! #SouthernNellies
Matthew RochfordNot really FOTN is it?
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Whoa! Gene Loves Jezebel have announced their first studio album in 20 years, out on Sept 15th! Gene Loves Jezebel with Jay Aston ... See MoreSee Less
Vet UK Rockers Jay Aston's Gene Loves Jezebel Release First Studio Album in 20 Years
September 15 sees the worldwide CD and digital release of Dance Underwater the first studio album of new material in 14 years from storied English rock band Jay Aston's Gene Loves Jezebel via Restrict...
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Salon spoke with Bill Janovitz of Buffalo Tom about the past and present and of course, the 25th anniversary reissue of "Let Me Come Over"! ... See MoreSee Less
Buffalo Tom’s Bill Janovitz on Nirvana, “My So Called Life” and a new record
Salon caught up with the frontman in the studio to discuss the band's early victories and MTV embarrassments
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52 Albums That Changed My Life (and Other Exaggerations), Chapter 24: Bauhaus - A Journal of Musical Things
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Chris Olley of Six By Seven - Songs That Shaped My Life
Diffuser.FM writes about the evolution of Buffalo Tom and the time "that produced an album that served as a cult touchstone for the alt-rock generation."