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TEARS FOR FEARS have reissued their compilation of classic hits 'Tears Roll Down' with an additional bonus CD of new mixes.
THE HUMAN LEAGUE have announced two irish dates in September. The trio will play at Killarney NEC on the 3rd and the Electric Picnic on the 4th.
TOYAH is about to publish a new book which will also be serialised in the Dailty Telegraph from 12th March. 'Diary Of A Facelift' will be a controversial autobiographical work which examines the issues surrounding cosmetic surgery and tells the story of Toyah's own 'reinvention'. Toyah, who is about to reissue her classic albums 'Warrior Rock' and 'Love Is The Law' has also lined up more live shows for 2005.
HOWARD JONES has announced another UK show in June. The singer will play at the Invention Arts Centre in Bath on June 25th in support of his forthcoming album 'Revolution Of The Heart' which is expected to be released in May. A-HA's MAGNE F will be a panellist on BBC2's music quiz 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks' on March 6th...
MARC ALMOND is well on the road to recovery following his near fatal accident in October last year. The former SOFT CELL singer has already been able to work in the studio and is planning a return to the live stage in late-Spring...
KYLIE MINOGUE has added a seventh concert to her run of London shows at Earls Court. The new date will take place on May 7th. BILLY IDOL will play a rare UK show in June when he joins the bill of the Download Festival which also features BLACK SABBATH and Feeder. The three-day festival starts on June 10th.