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Black Grape Reforms

The craze for bands reforming has reached the post-baggy era, and Black Grape, Shaun Ryder’s follow up to his Happy Mondays, are coming back. With their last gig in 1997, their scheduled performance on April 1 in London marks a thirteen year return. It appears to be a partly promotional tool for the new Ryder greatest hits album. (He probably should have rushed that out when a new generation heard him as the bloated head doing vocals in Gorillaz hit Dare. But never mind.) And yes, rapper Kermit is also coming back.

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