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Guy Oddy

Articles By Guy Oddy

Cypress Hill, O2 Academy, Birmingham review – OG hip-hoppers light-up

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CD: The Monkees - Christmas Party

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Florence + The Machine, Genting Arena, Birmingham review - flying the flag for a hopeful future

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CD: Planet B - Planet B

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CD: The Good, The Bad & The Queen - Merrie Land

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CD: The Prodigy - No Tourists

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Corrosion Of Conformity & Orange Goblin, O2 Institute, Birmingham review – international gang of veteran rockers get drunk and get wild

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CD: Micah P Hinson & The Musicians of the Apocalypse - When I Shoot At You With Arrows, I Will Shoot To Destroy You

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CD: Yoko Ono - Warzone

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CD: Echo & the Bunnymen - The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon

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CD: Cat Power - Wanderer

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The The, Digbeth Arena, Birmingham review - Matt Johnson takes his political pop back on the road

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CD: Orbital - Monsters Exist

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CD: Spiritualized - And Nothing Hurt

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CD: Slaves - Acts of Fear And Love

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CD: Death Grips - Year of the Snitch

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