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03 Jan 2005 - Smiths Musical Announced

A musical based on the songs of The Smiths is to open next year.

"Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others" will be based on around 20 songs - yet to be decided - arranged for a string quartet and sung by a cast of six.

The show will be written by Andrew Wale and Perrin Manzer Allen, who previously wrote "Jacques Brel's Anonymous Society" using 20 of the Belgian singer's songs.

The show is said to be the antithesis of ABBA musical "Mamma Mia" and is being described instead as "film without a text".

Show producer Michael Brazier told The Independent: "Each song has a life of its own but they are connected by the way the performers behave on stage."

"It is not a linear story. There will be action going-on on stage whether it's dance or movement or acting without words depends on the scene."

"Sometimes the song... will be the main line of action. But other times... out of the corner of your eye you will be seeing impressionistic goings-on elsewhere on the stage."

The Smiths' songwriters Morrissey and Johnny Marr have given their blessing to the project but details are yet to be finalised.

"Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others" is set to open at Hammersmith's Lyric Theatre in July 2005.

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03 Jan 2005 - Scissor Sisters Triumph

Capping off their amazing year, New York's Scissor Sisters been awarded the title of 'gig of the year' in the UK for their performance at this year's V Festival.

The band topped a poll voted for by listeners of Virgin Radio and beat off stiff competition from the likes of The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Keane and Maroon 5.

Commenting on the outcome, Virgin Radio DJ Pete Mitchell said: "This year has seen an amazing array of talent come into the mainstream."
He added: "The Scissor Sisters are one of the most original, eccentric bands to come through and it's no surprise the British public are lapping up their performances."

The top ten gigs of the year in 2004, as voted for by listeners of Virgin Radio, were:

   1. Scissor Sisters, V Festival
   2. Red Hot Chili Peppers, Hyde Park, London
   3. Keane, V Festival
   4. Maroon 5, Brixton Academy
   5. Snow Patrol, Belfast Ulster Hall
   6. Embrace, Royal Court, Liverpool
   7. Oxfam's Make Trade Fair, Hammersmith Apollo, London
   8. The Who, Royal Albert Hall, London
   9. Franz Ferdinand, Glasgow QMU
 10. David Bowie, Isle of Wight Festival

 

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1 January 2005Happy New Year!


 


 
1.  Morrissey
(1)...I Have Forgiven Jesus

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11.   Marianne Rosenberg
(15)...Er Gehört Zu Mir 2004
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2.   OneTwo
(3)...Item E.P.
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12.   Futureshock
(12)...Late At Night
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3.   Marianne Rosenberg
(2)...Marleen 2004
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13.   Axelle Red
(16)...Je Pense À Toi
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4.   Kylie Minogue
(7)...I Believe In You
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14.   Milky
(-)...Be My World
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5.   Eric Prydz
(5)...Call On Me
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15.   Tube & Berger
(11)...Straight Ahead
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6.   Joke Jay
(9)...Angefixxt
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16.   Thomas Anders
(17)...Just Dream
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7.   Depeche Mode
(6)...Enjoy The Silence 2004
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17.   Alcazar
(13)...Physical
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8.   Gwen Stefani
(4)...What You Waiting For
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18.   Kristian Leontiou
(-)...Shining

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9.   In_Vox ft. Andy Bell
(10)...Will I Ever
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19.   Scissor Sisters
(14)...Mary
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10.   Amber
(8)...You Move Me
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20.   Girls Aloud
(18)...I'll Stand By You / Love Machine
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Tips:

 Erasure - Breathe 
 Scissor Sisters - Filthy / Gorgeous 

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While browsing the internet I found this exciting piece of news about the German band Propaganda at http://www.amontillado-music.com

New Label artist Propaganda.
We are excited to announce the signing of new Labelartist Propaganda for a series of 4 brand new 12 inch releases including various re-mixes. Propaganda´s outstanding cinematic music (a dream with in a dream) strikes again in another brilliant epic battlefield. Check out the new Indiana Cafe issue II for their featured exclusive title "Valley of the machine gods". Please select menu point "release" to hear "Valley of the machine gods" or go to "artist" to read some more about Propaganda.


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30 Dec 2004 - Dead Can Dance On Tour

 


Dead Can Dance, the legendary band beloved in the dark scene that popularized North African Eithnic music and Antique music in the world of popular music in the 90's, are forming plans for a new album and reunion tour sometime in 2005. The success of this unique duo is in part due to the combination of the excellent vocal work of Lisa Gerrard and the European Dark sound of Brendan Perry.

Lisa Gerrard, one of the band members, says "The lineup of musicians is absolutely phenomenal, actually it is better then that, this will without doubt be the Dead Can Dance concert to see and hear, it is hard to contain my excitement and anticipation."

This will mark the first time the band has reunited with Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry since 1998.

European tour schedule:

  10.03.05 Dublin Ireland  24.03.05 Milan Italy
  12.03.05 The Hague The Netherlands  26.03.05 Cologne Germany
  14.03.05 Paris France  27.03.05 Münich Germany
  16.03.05 Lille France  29.03.05 Berlin Germany
  17.03.05 Bruxelles Belgium  31.03.05 Warsaw Poland
  19.03.05 Bordeaux France  01.04.05 Riga Latvia
  21.03.05 Madrid Spain  03.04.05 St. Petersburg Russia
  22.03.05 Barcelona Spain  06.04.05 London United Kingdom

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