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Live Review: Elevensies: 11 Takeaway...

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Live Review: Glastonbury 2019 - Saturday...

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Andy's Musical Sermon : 6 Fresh Acts You Need...

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SupaJam City : Sam Smith becomes 1st Bond...

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SupaJam City : Happy 20th Birthday, V...

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Andy's Musical Sermon : Here's a song that...

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Andy's Musical Sermon : Kanye Will Be Awesome...

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Machiavelli's Guide to the Music Industry :...

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Special Feature

Burning Up Time by Nic Howden

 

With a new album and a documentary pending, funding in fits and starts from the beleaguered Pledge Music re the latter, the Stranglers kick off their Back On The Tracks dates this week. It will be the band’s last March tour, Jean Jacques Burnel, the man behind the most bruising, brilliant bass lines in rock ‘n’ roll, tells SupaJam. 

http://www.supajam.com/news/story/Burning-Up-Time-by-Nic-Howden