Plus Lonnie Holley, Yves Tumor, Sons of Kemet and more.
Live material, Peel Sessions and an epic archival set.
“Yeah, everybody’s got a bomb.” In the 1980s, the Cold War was an inescapable aspect of popular music. Nena’s “99 Luftballoons” turned nuclear warfare into an international, multi-lingual hit. Time Zone’s “World Destruction” brought punk and hip-hop together for an anti-war dance party. And Tears for Fears lamented that “Everybody Wants to Rule the World.” […]
The frustrating and expensive ongoing saga of the out of print album.