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Tommy Gunnarsson: Most Recent Articles

Francoise Hardy: Message Personnel
In our 'Re:View' section, in which we look back at albums from the past, Tommy Gunnarsson reflects on Francoise Hardy's 1974 album 'Message Personnel', which has been re-released in a fortieth anniversary edition
Tears for Fears: The Hurting
Tommy Gunnarsson examines synth duo Tears Tor Fears' debut album 'The Hurting', which has just been released in a new thirtieth anniversary edition that consists of three CDs and also a DVD
Gig of a Lifetime: R.E.M, Grand Hotel, Stockholm, November 1998
In 'Gig of a Lifetime', in which a different Pennyblackmusic writer writes of a once in a lifetime gig, Tommy Gunnarsson describes attending a fan club only R.E.M. gig in Stockhom in 1998
Gilbert O'Sullivan: Back to Front
Tommy Gunnarsson looks at acclaimed Irish singer-songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan's recently reissued second album, 'Back to Front'
Gilbert O' Sullivan: Himself
Tommy Gunnarsson examines Irish singer-songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan's 1971 debut album, 'Himself'

Most Recent Reviews

Karl Smith: Kites - CD
Slightly disappointing debut solo album from Australian indie pop duo Sodastream's front man, Karl Smith
Milky Wimpshake: Heart and Soul in the Milky Way - CD
Excellent, if formulaic punk pop on fifth studio album from Newcastle-based group, Milky Wimpshake
Golden Grrls: Golden Grrls - CD
Oddball mix of the quite promising and awful on debut album from Glasgow-based trio, Golden Grrls
Tullycraft: Lost in Light Rotation - CD
Instantly catchy, but predictable sixth studio album from seminal Seattle-based indie pop outfit, Tullycraft
Roger Mcguinn: Born to Rock and Roll - CD
Fabulous compilation of former Byrds' front man Roger McGuinn's 70's solo albums

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