Sunday, July 07, 2013

This week just gone

The stores from July 2003 which have been most-read over the last decade:

1. Pop papers: Paul Weller in Word, while Boy George files the New Statesman diary
2. Channel 4's The Madness of Prince Charming: Justine Frischmann narrates a life of Adam Ant
3. Pop papers: NME launches pop video chart on MTV2 while Gareth Gates overshares
4. 2003 Mercury shortlist pitches Darkness against Floetry
5. Pop papers: Jello Biafra interviews Greg Palast for Punk Planet. Hard to imagine it went out of business, isn't it?
6. "People are calling Beyonce the new Madonna" reveals Cat Deeley
7. Pop papers: In which Kelly Osborne is used to promote the Edinburgh Festival
8. Karl T watches Tin Tin Duffy in Borders
9. Pop papers: The drummer from the Coral is on the cover of the NME
10 Looking even further back, to Record Mirror's final best singles list

These were the interesting releases:

Deap Valley - Sistrionix

Download Sistrionix

Editors - The Weight Of Your Love

Download The Weight Of Your Love

The Duckworth-Lewis Method - Sticky Wickets

Download Sticky Wickets