The general election’s almost upon us again. As the nation prepares to head to the polls, what about the musicians that have stood for office over the years? Here’s eleven of music’s best (and worst) attempts at running for office, by artists who quickly realised the transition from Wembley to Westminster isn’t an easy one. By Alex Flood.
Over 50 years after they first took the charts by storm, The Beatles are still as strong a draw as ever. Millions of tourists flock to Liverpool each year, eager to take in the birthplace of the Fab Four and see where it all began, and there is no better […read more…]
Surely one to be a future collectable… buy one to play and one to keep ‘as new’… 2018 UK limited edition double LP issue of his 1981 fifth studio album pressed on PURPLE VINYL and is newly remastered across three sides before closing with a previously unreleased, fulllength version of […read more…]
Guns N’ Roses have had a long and storied career, creating as much controversy as the have adulation. Regardless of what you may think of them, there’s no doubt that they are one of the greatest out and out rock bands of all time. Their 1987 album, Appetite For Destruction, is a […read more…]