Tag Archives: Jonathan Barnbrook

Want List: After 40 Years, John Foxx’s “The Quiet Man” Will Finally Be Published This Year

I can chart my John Foxx fandom back to February/March of 1981. Once I finally found a copy of Ultravox’s “Vienna” album in December of 1980, I wasted little time in quickly absorbing all of the earlier Ultravox! albums, the … Continue reading

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David Bowie Memory Palace [part 33]

2003 I was blindsided the next year when the next David Bowie album appeared in scant months following the strong “Heathen” album. Not since “The Buddha Of Suburbia” snuck out mere months after “Black Tie, White Noise” in 1993 had … Continue reading

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Record Review: John Foxx – Underpass Remixes 2013 [part 2]

Until this year, there has only been a single post-modern remix of “Underpass.” Mark Reeder’s “Sinister Subway” mix [albeit in three edits] surfaced in 2010, along with his 5.1 remix of the classic tune on a DVD that came bundled … Continue reading

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Record Review: John Foxx – Underpass Remixes 2013 [part 1]

Around Record Store Day of this year, plans were made to have 500 copies of a remix of John Foxx’s seminal “Underpass” single released on a numbered 12″ single complete with Jonathan Barnbrook cover. I received an email from the … Continue reading

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Bowie Elected Pope; Handed Keys To Planet Earth

On January 8, 2013… everything changed. After a decade of lying low, a new David Bowie song hit the web from point zero like a clap of thunder. It was accompanied by an odd video, a handful of photographs and … Continue reading

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David Bowie Suddenly Reappears On His 66th Birthday!

I’ve been long of the opinion that David Bowie had silently retired. After his angioplasty of 2004 he’s been barely a blip on the radar. His last album, “Reality,” looked to be the terminus of his career. With a health … Continue reading

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