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Tag Archives: Foo Fighters
THE FRIDAY FIVE – 1.4.2022
- Foo Fighters – The One
- The Wanted – Heart Vacancy
- The Feeling – There Is No Music
- Blossoms – The Sulking Poet
- Beabadoobee – Talk
THE FRIDAY FIVE – 22.1.2021
- Royal Blood – Typhoons
- Kyle Falconer – Laura
- Foo Fighters – Waiting On A War
- Miley Cyrus ft Dua Lipa – Prisoner
- Harry Styles – Treat People With Happiness
THE FRIDAY FIVE – 8.1.2020
- Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – We’re Gonna Get There In The End
- Alicia Keys – Freedom
- Holly Humberstone – Vanilla
- Dea Matrona – Walk This Way
- Foo Fighters – No Son Of Mine
THE FRIDAY FIVE – 27.11.2020
- Blossoms – It’s Going To Be A Cold Winter
- Marina – Man’s World
- Liam Gallagher – All You’re Dreaming Of
- Foo Fighters – Shame Shame
- Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott – Christmas (And Dad Wants Her Back)
MAGAZINE ARCHIVE : MELODY MAKER – 1.12.1999
Supergrass are this week’s cover stars of Melody Maker, in a week where Oasis announced details of a UK tour in the summer of 2000.
That Oasis tour will take in gigs in Bolton, London and Edinburgh, amidst rumours that the band will leave Creation to form their own record label.
Rick Witter of Shed Seven is the subject of a Q and A, revealing he didn’t want the band to release a Greatest Hits album, and enjoyed seeing his sister get married to the band’s drummer.
Cover stars Supergrass get four pages as Melody Maker joins them on tour in Germany.
Tim Burgess gets asked about his obsessions, revealing himself to be obsessed with Bob Dylan, and blowing up food in microwaves.
In concert reviews, Melody Maker went to see Foo Fighters in Glasgow and Metallica in Berlin.
Lightning Seeds are this week’s Singles Reviewers, giving the Single Of The Week Award to Longpigs, while sending Ace Of Base to The Dumper.
Cerys Matthews is also the subject of a Q and A, revealing she would avenge a friend’s murder.
THE SOUND OF 2017 : 26-50
26. Beth Ditto – Fire
27. Harry Styles – Sign Of The Times
28. Blondie – Long Time
29. Pale Waves – There’s A Honey
30. Foo Fighters – Run
31. OMD – The Punishment Of Luxury
32. Shed Seven – Room In My House
33. Liam Gallagher – Chinatown
34. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Holy Mountain
35. Jake Shears – Creep City
36. Dagny – Wearing Nothing
37. Rory Lavelle – Sonny
38. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Keep On Reaching
39. The XX – I Dare You
40. Stereophonics – Caught By The Wind
41. George Ezra – Don’t Matter Now
42. Haim – Want You Back
43. Robert Plant and the Sensational Shapeshifters – New World
44. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Black And White Sunshine
45. Tom Grennan – Found What I’ve Been Looking For
46. The Chainsmokers – Paris
47. Rory Lavelle – Poor Pride
48. Amy MacDonald – Dream On
49. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Fort Knox
50. The Charlatans – Plastic Machinery
THE SOUND OF 2017 : 51-75
51. Rag n Bone Man – Skin
52. Erasure – Love You To The Sky
53. Simon Le Bon – Let’s Dance
54. The Kooks – Be Who You Are
55. The Chainsmokers – Young
56. The XX – On Hold
57. Beck – Up All Night
58. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Be Careful What You Wish For
59. Pvris – What’s Wrong
60. Ed Sheeran – Castle On The Hill
61. Calvin Harris – Feels
62. Niall Horan – Slow Hand
63. Rick Astley ft Foo Fighters – Never Gonna Give You Up
64. Shed Seven – Don’t Get Me Wrong
65. Depeche Mode – Heroes
66. Ryan Adams – Streets Of Philidelphia
67. The National – The System Only Dreams In Total Darkness
68. James – Sit Down (Game Of Thrones 2017 version)
69. Coldplay – Something Just Like This
70. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – The Man Who Built The Moon
71. Ariana Grande and Miley Cyrus – Don’t Dream It’s Over
72. Muse – Dig Down
73. Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott – Here I Go Again
74. Ringo Starr – Give More Love
75. Rory Lavelle – When The Crazies Come Out
MAGAZINE ARCHIVE : MELODY MAKER – 16.2.2000
Fran Healy of Travis is the cover star of this week’s edition of Melody Maker, as the band look to make it big in America.
As you open the magazine, Nina Persson poses for a photoshoot with Vic and Bob, after she recorded the theme tune to Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) that they are starring in.
Oasis are on a media blitz to promote their new album, with Liam Gallagher appearing as a guest in The Big Breakfast.
The Brit Award nominations are announced, with Ian Brown, Travis and Stereophonics speaking to Melody Maker about their nominations.
Matt Bellamy gets asked about the Brit Awards, describing them as “so much bullshit”.
Mansun get asked to choose their favourite music videos of all time, choosing ones by David Bowie, Nirvana and Blondie.
Travis attempts to crack America get four pages of coverage.
On the other side of the world, Melody Maker covers Big Day Out in Australia, where Foo Fighters, Primal Scream and Blink 182 were among the performers.
Concert Reviews went on the road this week, with Muse in Munich getting five stars, compared with Stereophonics getting two and a half stars for their Toronto gig.
Tim Burgess is the subject of a Q and A, where he reveals he looks into a mirror a lot of times a day.
In lyrics, the lyrics to Oasis new single Go Let It Out get dissected.
THE FRIDAY FIVE – 25.8.2017
1. Rick Astley ft Foo Fighters – Never Gonna Give You Up
2. Bastille – Basketcase
3. Liam Gallagher – For What It’s Worth
4. Alex Cameron – Candy May
5. Rews – Shine
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