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UNCUT: THE MUSIC AND MOVIE MAGAZINE
The Music And Movie Magazine


- First issue: 1997
- "A totally new type of magazine that brings together the two most dynamic strands of popular culture: Music and Movies."
- Launched in the UK on May 1st 1997.
- Earlier editions gave more coverage to films.
- Website: www.uncut.co.uk

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CONTENTS: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2009 2010 GALLERIES: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2009 2010 All DATABASE INFO
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March 2010



February 2010

THE REVIEW OF THE YEAR
Our definitive 36-page round-up of all the essential releases of 2009 includes the year's Top 50 new albums, as well as the finest reissues, compilations, boxsets, films, DVDs and books. Plus…

BOB DYLAN
2009 has been bizarre even by Bob's standards; he's been arrested, recorded a Christmas album and scored his first UK No. 1 for nearly 40 years, and we have the inside story…

INDIE ROCK RISING
2009 saw the US underground indie creep into the mainstream. Animal Collective, Grizzly Bear and Dirty Projectors reflect on their unexpectedly triumphant 12 months

FREE CD! THE BEST OF 2009
From Tinariwen and Super Furry Animals to Fever Ray, 15 outstanding tracks picked from our albums of the year

THE UNCUT MUSIC AWARD 2009
The winner is announced!

SEASICK STEVE
“It's a good idea to bleed for people…” The bluesman takes your questions

THE BEATLES
Photo Special! Astonishing " and mostly unseen " shots from 1963/'64

THE SPECIAL AKA
Jerry Dammers and co discuss the making of 1984's earth-shaking political hit “Nelson Mandela”

LAURA NYRO
Saluting an incredible talent: the late New York singer-songwriter and her voice of “pure emotion”

THE GASLIGHT ANTHEM
“My mother fed me Born To Run with my Cheerios!” Meet Brian Fallon's band, heirs to Springsteen's throne and the best thing to come from New Jersey since The Boss himself...

KLAUS VOORMANN
The Beatles' long-time cohort on the albums he contributed to, including that sleeve for Revolver

BERT JANSCH
Britain's greatest guitarist? Pentangle's influential fingerpicker and “26-pints-a-night man” tells his tale

NEARLY 200 REVIEWS!

IN MUSIC
Tom Waits, Them Crooked Vultures, Paul McCartney, Laura Veirs, Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, Spiritualized, The Stooges and many more!

IN FILM, DVD AND BOOKS
The long-awaited release of Nirvana's infamous 1992 Reading set on DVD; Spike Jonze's adult/kids' film Where The Wild Things Are, Lennon biopic Nowhere Boy, Peter Hook's scarcely believable memoir The Hacienda: How Not To Run A Club...

PLUS!
Florence & The Machine, Norah Jones, Jim Kerr and The Woodentops...


January 2010

Uncut Music Award
- And the winner is...

Seasick Steve
"I bleed for people!" The bluesman takes your questions

The Special AKA
Daramers and co on the making of "Nelson Mandela"

2009 SPECIAL
The Review Of The Year
Our 36-page round-up starts here, with all the top releases of '09, plus...

Bob Dylan cover story
From the "arrest" to the Christmas album, 2009 has been full of surprises

Indie rock rising!
Animal Collective, Grizzly Bear and Dirty Projectors reflect on the year US indie went mainstream

Laura Nyro
"A voice of pure emotion..." Hailing the late NYC songstress

The Gaslight
Anthem Meet Brian Fallon - The Boss' heir apparent - and his storming NJ band...

Klaus Voormann
Album By Album with The Beatles' long-time cohort

Bert Jansch Talking
folk, blues and being strictly a "26 pints a night" man


December 2009

FREE CD! THE VELVETS REVOLUTION
From Orange Juice to Suicide, 15 great tracks inspired by The Velvet Underground...
  • KRIS KRISTOFFERSON
    The singing, songwriting Renaissance man answers your questions... "I always tell the truth..."
  • THE VELVET UNDERGROUND
    "We did things our way..." With new interviews and unseen photos, we chart the ascent of the artrock outsiders who changed rock'n'roll forever
  • PRINCE
    25 years on: the inside story of Purple Rain -a film that grossed $70 million, an album that sold 20 million copies, and the greatest triumph of one of rock's true superstars.
  • DINOSAUR JR
    The making of "Freak Scene": J Mascis, Lou Barlow and Murph recall the internal dysfunction that led to their 1988 US breakthrough hit
  • GRAHAM COXON
    With Blur's reunion underway, the odd-one-out guitarist explains his troubled past and his disturbing private sketchpad!
  • WILD BEASTS
    The Kendal indie rockers might just be the best new British band in years, mixing high art with unforgettable tunes
  • RICKIE LEE JONES
    The boho jazz-folk songstress on her greatest works
  • THE SLITS
    "We've been written out of history!" claims Ari Up, back to cause trouble with her punky reggae crew
  • THE CLASH, THE DAMNED AND MORE
    The British invasion that brought punk to our French cousins at the Mont de Marsan festival in 1977
  • NEARLY 200 REVIEWS!
  • IN MUSIC
    Norah Jones, Bob Dylan, Broadcast, Mark Eitzel, Elvis Costello, U2, Chris Bell, Tricky, and many more
  • IN FILM, DVD AND BOOKS
    The Coen Brothers' latest, A Serious Man; Ang Lee's festival comedy Taking Woodstock, plus The Men Who Stare At Goats On DVD: Brilliant Polish war drama Katyn, plus Peep Show, Moon, and a career-spanning Roxy Music documentary Read James Ellroy's Blood's A Rover and the hilarious I Am Ozzy!, by Black Sabbath's Prince of Darkness himself
  • PLUS!
    Edwyn Collins, Jools Holland and Roland S Howard...


  • November 2009

    FREE CD! THE UNCUT 150!
    15 tracks from Uncut's 150 Albums Of The Decade, including Wilco, Ryan Adams, The Hold Steady, Bright Eyes, Lambchop, Calexico and more...
    BERNARD SUMNER
    The New Order frontman is now a Bad Lieutenant after splitting with Peter Hook. "I don't want to dwell on that..."
    THE UNCUT 150
    To celebrate the 150th issue of Uncut, we present our 150 Greatest Albums Of The Decade, from Dylan to The White Stripes
    ROXY MUSIC
    Bryan Ferry and co on the making of their '73 hit, "Street Life"
    JACK WHITE - OUR MAN OF THE DECADE
    The White Stripe, Raconteur and Dead Weather man talks us through his amazing career
    PAUL WELLER
    With a new album out soon, we visit the modfather in his studio to talk over his many musical moments: "We'll leave out some of the shitter ones, shall we?"
    PINK FLOYD
    Live at the Crystal Palace Bowl in 1971, supported by The Faces and an inflatable octopus!
    OVER 200 REVIEWS!
    IN MUSIC
    The Flaming Lips, Sufjan Stevens, Devendra Banhart, Leonard Cohen, Kraftwerk, David Bowie, Rod Stewart and many more
    In film, DVD and books
    Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr Fox, Heath Ledger's last role in The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus... On DVD, HBO's Louisiana vampire series, True Blood, a Small Faces documentary, 10 years of All Tomorrow's Parties, and more... In Books, read about Edwyn Collins' miraculous recovery in his biography, Falling And Laughing
    PLUS!
    Steve Martin, Ian McCulloch and Seasick Steve...


    October 2009

    THE WHO
    Maximum R'n'B! Their 30 greatest songs, as chosen by Daltrey, Townshend, and a host of famous fans including Peter Buck, Eddie Vedder, Bill Wyman and Mick Jones
    THE BEATLES REMASTERS
    EMI have completed their spectacular spring clean for the greatest music ever made - and we were invited to Abbey Road to hear every note of every album
    LED ZEPPELIN
    Photo special: Superb shots of Page, Plant and co at the 1970 Bath Festival
    LEVON HELM
    Take your ringside seat for the Midnight Ramble, a rock'n'roll hoedown at the home of The Band's legendary drummer
    KRAFTWERK - ALBUM BY ALBUM
    Ralf Hutter takes us through his German pioneers' peerless back catalogue
    GONG
    Alien contact! French free jazz! Electric Cheese! Strange tales from Daevid Allen and his psych-prog cohorts
    DR FEELGOOD
    A fresh look at the legacy of Canvey Island's finest: the greatest live band of their generation, and the trailblazers for punk
    OS MUTANTES
    Tripically Tropicalia - after 30-odd years, the Brazilian Beatles are back
    JOHN LYDON
    ...on Timezone's "World Destruction"- his 1984 hook-up with Afrika Bambaata, and the first ever hip-hop/rock crossover
    OVER 200 REVIEWS!
    IN MUSIC
    14 Beatles albums, of course, plus Pearl Jam, LA Nuggets 1965-8, Monsters Of Folk, Muse, The Unthanks, Radiohead, Woody Guthrie, Big Star, Kris Kristofferson, Bon Iver collaboration Volcano Choir, Yoko Ono and more
    In film, DVD and books
    Superior Essex drama Fish Tank, the Stones' Gimme Shelter on DVD, This Is Spinal Tap revisited, a cerebral study of the impact of Miles Davis' Kind Of Blue, White Lightnin'...
    PLUS!
    Mott The Hoople's Ian Hunter, Neu!, Tony Iommi's life in pictures, Wayne Coyne, The Feelies and Les Paul RIP...


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