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30 years is quite the milestone for a band that was put together as a British response to New Kids On The Block and hence not necessarily designed with longevity in mind. In an age where the shelf lif...
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Nov 2018
We are over a month and a half overdue with this post – which we typically do at the end of each year. We are going to blame our prolonged delay on being distracted with the effort of migrating ...
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Feb 2016
On July 16 2015, an article titled “Why Didn’t Take That Take Over America” was published on Billboard.com – the premium (albeit somewhat geocentric) news source for the US as ...
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Jul 2015
This review has been co-written with Guest Blogger Sophie Wray Date: May 23rd 2015 Venue: Manchester Arena (Manchester,UK) In September of 2014, we made a post about the implications of Jason Oran...
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Jun 2015
“We’re not writing a retirement record” – said Gary Barlow, the undisputed frontman of Take That – one of UK’s hottest exports and the greatest comeback act in pop ...
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Nov 2014
For anyone that has been a Take That fan since the early 90s, Wednesday evening (September 24, 2014) must have presented its fair share of deja vu moments. In a rather surprising and unfortunate twist...
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Sep 2014
This blog belongs to Radio Creme Brulee – an internet music radio station that broadcasts globally. 2013 was an interesting year for pop music if not one of the more eventful years in pop music...
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Jan 2014
“There is no such thing as a democracy in art” – said international superstar Sting in reference to his departure from The Police – the band that propelled him to global stardo...
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Oct 2013
This blog is affiliated with Radio Creme Brulee – an internet music radio station that broadcasts globally. Reunions have a way of building momentary excitement and fizzling soon after – ...
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Sep 2013
This blog is affiliated with Radio Creme Brulee – an internet music radio station that broadcasts globally. Relative obscurity for an artist in a country is not such a bad thing. It allows thes...
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Aug 2013