Dismissed by critics, forgotten by their creator – could there be more to Alice Cooper’s ‘blackout albums’ than people have suggested?
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The Final Howls Of Siouxsie And The Banshees
The final four albums from the punk-goth pioneers show a band struggling to find a new direction and shake off the labels that they found reductive.
Right Back Where We Started From: Female Pop And Soul In Seventies Britain
The criminally underrated female-led pop sounds of the 1970s explored in an essential collection.
The Rise And Fall Of Billion Dollar Babies
The former members of the Alice Cooper band and their ambitious but doomed plan for post-Alice glory.
Birds, Orphans And Fools – Czechoslovakian Cinematic Liberation And Repression
The dying days of cultural freedom and the dark side of the hippy dream explored in Juraj Jakubisko’s defiantly anarchic film.
Labyrinth Tales: The Short Films Of Shuji Terayama
The controversial and experimental films of the Japanese provocateur.
Vivre Sa Vie: Remembering Anna Karina
The legendary style icon and French New Wave heroine Anna Karina has died. We’re deeply saddened to hear today of the death of one of
Dayglo 1967 Pop Art Movie ‘Anna’, With Anna Karina, Serge Gainsbourg And Marianne Faithfull
A collection of Sixties icons starring in a wild and vibrant musical comedy.
Radioactive Reptiles: The Collected Works Of Roger C. Reale And Rue Morgue
Two lost albums of late Seventies New Wave are given a long-overdue re-release.