Sunday, July 02, 2006

THIS WEEK JUST GONE

The last seven days on No Rock and Roll Fun, condensed:

The ten most-accessed items:

1. Heather Mills' porn past
2. More of the Heather Mills McCartney naked previous life
3. The eternal "Is KT Tunstall a lesbian" question
4. McFly naked video shoot requires no widescreen lens
5. France introduces law banning one-player digital downloads
6. The Janet Jackson diet
7. Heather Mills saved by Wayne Rooney's ankle
8. iPods come from iSweatshops
9. Sleater-Kinney declare no more No Rock & Roll Fun
10. Peaches Geldof's new boyfriend didn't know they were going out

Revisit the entire glorious week in one page
or spin through the whole of the previous week in one post

And if a thirty-billion cash injection from Warren Buffet was burning a hole in your pocket, we had ideas for that:


This time, it's a Parisian art punk take on Bela Lugosi's Dead and Blue Monday



That's singer-songwriters as in Robert Wyatt, Daniel Johnson, Mary Margaret O'Hara...



BMX Bandits' album from last winter gets a higher-profile re-release



Rummage round the Kitchen archives turns up Swans, Sonic Youth, etc



Three singles in, iLikeTrains try a mini-album



Season 4 of Quantum Leap, starts with the one where Al leaps instead and never loses the momentum



Taking orders for the Alan Ant tell-most autobiography



Gladys Knight has a crack at some standards



Radio Stars' 1977 mini-songs reissued



Not new, but worth having: The Danse Society collection


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