With The Stone Roses now firmly back on the saddle and planning a new album following their successful run of summer reunion dates, The Jam remain almost unchallenged as one of the most wished for reformations still to take place.
It is also one of the most unlikely, with the band’s former frontman Paul Weller a regular critic of the current trend for big-name comebacks.
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The Cure rolled out a huge 31-song set at Reading Festival last night for their headline performance.
In today’s Soundbites – our look back at the past week’s news, features, videos and tabloid gossip – Foo Fighters interrupt Belfast’s dinner, there’s a few unwelcome returns, the lights go out on Noel Gallagher, Spector’s debut album is reviewed, and the spotlight is shone on this week’s most popular video.
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