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All Killer – Juju (1981)

July 6th, 2019 · Comments Off on All Killer – Juju (1981) · Music

Juju by Siouxsie & the Banshees is one of the few albums that I can remember buying on the day of release. I can even remember where I bought it – the WH Smiths at London Bridge station on the way home from work. To be fair though, I only realised afterwards that it was […]

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All Killer – Original Pirate Material (2002)

February 17th, 2019 · Comments Off on All Killer – Original Pirate Material (2002) · Music

Well this is a bit recent for me. When it came out I was nearly 40 and so I should be too old for it, but I picked it up at the market in Lower Marsh one lunchtime and when I put it on the stereo that evening I could not do anything until it […]

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All Killer – Close to the Edge (1972)

February 11th, 2019 · Comments Off on All Killer – Close to the Edge (1972) · Music

I have been a big fan of Yes for ages, since about 1976, back when John Peel was still playing them on his radio show alongside the emerging punk music. In fact I can remember Peel playing tracks from Going For The One when it was released in 1977. A year later and Yes were […]

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All Killer – Entertainment! (1979)

February 8th, 2019 · 1 Comment · Music

When thinking about albums that meet the criteria for being all killer/no filler, there is only one place to start and that is the 1979 album Entertainment! by Gang of Four. I may sometimes change my mind about what my favourite song or single is, depending on mood, but if anybody asks me what my […]

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All Killer, No Filler

February 3rd, 2019 · Comments Off on All Killer, No Filler · Music

I think the phrase “All killer: no filler” is a familiar one. As applied to music it is an LP which only has tracks that are what are currently referred to as ‘bangers’. Obviously it is a very subjective matter. One person’s killer track is another person’s waste of space.

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