Links

 

If you'd care to hook up with some like-minded people, here are some sites that may be of interest:-

Madness
The official site with up to date info on current Madness activity plus links to other fan-based sites.
http://www.madness.co.uk/

Nick Cave Collector's Hell
Well researched site with comprehensive discographies including a Gallon Drunk section.
http://www.iae.nl/users/maes/cave

John Peel - 1939-2004
Official home-page of the most important non-musician in music.
I guess it'll be a tribute page for a while...
http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/alt/johnpeel/index.shtml

Julian Cope
"We're so lucky, Terry - we made it through the 80s and we've still got careers!"
Check out the site which charts the life and work of this most charming man.
http://www.headheritage.co.uk/

Hux Records
BBC archive reissue specialists who brought you CDs by The Higsons, Edwards & comedy
compilation 'By jingo-it's British rubbish!'. (Spot the difference . . . )

http://www.huxrecords.com/

Ian Dury & The Blockheads
Run by top Blockheads / Madness afficionados. A very fine site indeed.
Check out the version of Dury's "You'll See Glimpses" on
Birth of the Scapegoats
http://www.theblockheads.com/

Lydia Lunch
"Art, photography, sculpture, sounds, words, celluloid for home consumption,
consecration, decimation, systems annihilation"
http://www.lydialunch.org

Damaged Goods
Over 10 years of nasty loud records - and nasty quiet records.
Includes a truly enviable catalogue and incredibly reasonable mail order prices.
http://www.damagedgoods.co.uk/

Beachbuggy
Well designed home-page featuring the twangy beat-combo from Sheffield
http://www.beachbuggy.co.uk/

Farmers Boys
Officially unofficial, and newly revamped.
http://www.thefarmersboys.com/

Wiiija Records
Quite a good site despite one glaring error in the 1996/7 'History' page. It says that the
Edwards/Scapegoats album on Wiiija was "underrated". This should read "underpromoted".
http://www.wiiija.com/

Gallon Drunk
The official site for the James Johnston/Ian White led outfit.
http://www.gallondrunk.com

Johnny Cronin
Workaholic singer-songwriter based in Ireland who should land a major contract any day.

He's currently making hay as The Aftermath with two Top 20 hits in the Irish charts.
http://www.johnnycronin.com

Tindersticks
Extensive discographies etc, and a shop with more than everything you'll ever need
from the Tindersticks. Well worth a browse.
http://www.tindersticks.co.uk