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Category: Lists, snippets, tangents

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Scotland's 100 best rock and pop albums
publication: The Scotsman
publication date: 16/10/2003
posted: 31/03/2004  by Lloyd
category: Lists, snippets, tangents

We managed numbers 11, 63 and 86 in the right order. So we were robbed and flattered.... more >

Sydney Morning Herald best of 2003
publication: Sydney Morning Herald
publication date: 20/12/2003
posted: 31/03/2004  by Lloyd
category: Lists, snippets, tangents
link to original article online

Looking for a CD with a bit more to it than the latest pop clothes? So were we. Here's our pick of the 50 best albums of 2003.

Music In A Foreign Language, Lloyd Cole (Sanctuary/Shock)

The chara... more >

NME Writers Top 100 albums 1985
publication: NME
publication date: 31/12/1985
posted: 31/03/2004  by Lloyd
category: Lists, snippets, tangents
link to original article online

Rattlesankes makes #95 in this list.

NME Readers Top 100 albums 1988
publication: NME
publication date: 31/12/1988
posted: 31/03/2004  by Lloyd
category: Lists, snippets, tangents
link to original article online

Rattlesnakes is #26 on this list.

Pseminal Pseud - The Charles Bukowski that sings
publication: VOX
publication date: 01/11/1993
posted: 28/04/2004  by grambo
category: Lists, snippets, tangents

Age: Of Reason (okay, 32)

Appearance. Rupert Everett's school chum; Tanita Tikaram's older brother

Distinguishing Features: Pout, tuck shop laugh-lines, stubble

Background: Born in ... more >

Lloyd Cole - Biography
publication: artist direct
posted: 29/04/2004  by grambo
category: Lists, snippets, tangents

Through both his lauded work fronting the Commotions and his more eclectic solo efforts, Lloyd Cole established himself as one of the most articulate and acute songwriters of the postpunk era. Born January 31, ... more >

Lloyd Cole - Biography
publication: Taken from: Encyclopedia of Popular Music
posted: 29/04/2004  by grambo
category: Lists, snippets, tangents

b. 31 January 1961, Buxton, Derbyshire, England. Despite his birthplace, this literate singer-songwriter emerged from Glasgow's post-punk renaissance. The Commotions, Neil Clark (b. 3 July 1955; guitar), Bl... more >

Lloyd Cole biography... in Hebrew!
publication: 2001
posted: 02/06/2004  by lolly
category: Lists, snippets, tangents
link to original article online

Just thought you might get a kick out of seeing the Lloyd Cole entry in Mooma.com, the only music encyclopedia in Hebrew. Hope it won't appear scrambled on non Hebrew-enabled computers...

Thanks from KCRW
posted: 27/06/2004  by Lets Get Lost
category: Lists, snippets, tangents

Just a quick thank you for allowing me to do the intro to your 1st Mc Cabe's show last night. Both shows were great. Hope we can get you in to Kcrw again soon. Cheers and good luck with the rest of the t... more >

From Lawrence Donegan's Glasgow Herald column
publication: Glasgow Herald
publication date: 18/10/2004
posted: 18/10/2004  by Lloyd
category: Lists, snippets, tangents

Lol tells me that the column is not posted online so he sent me this excerpt.

...We played a lot of golf over the month - more than grown-up men with proper jobs and families to look after have any right ... more >