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Alabama 3

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Alabama 3: Testament Department

Interview by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 7 June 1997

Yea, verily, it is written. Theatrical preacher types ALABAMA 3 will meet STEVEN WELLS in a Brixton restaurant. They will shout at him about about ...

Alabama 3: Exile On Coldharbour Lane (Elemental ELM 40CD)

Review by Martin Aston, Q, November 1997

COLDHARBOUR LANE is one of Brixton's infamous thoroughfares, where the great unwashed jostle alongside the black British community. ...

Alabama 3: Olympia, Dublin

Live Review by Dave Simpson, Melody Maker, 1 November 1997

THESE ARE the sort of men my mother warned me about as a small child, and — metaphorically, at least — they want me to ...

Alabama 3: The Garage, London

Live Review by Carl Loben, Melody Maker, 10 January 1998


Alabama 3: Gangster Trippin'

Profile and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, November 2000

From Brixton jail to fragrant Hell's Angels bunfight: a weekend with Alabama 3 is one worth "tooling up" for. So hide your shiv in a ...

Alabama 3: The Brixton Connection

Interview by Simon Witter, The Times, 13 January 2001

The theme tune for the hip gangster drama The Sopranos is set to shoot into the UK charts this month and catapult the band behind ...

Alabama 3: Underworld, London NW1

Live Review by Sheryl Garratt, The Observer, 25 March 2001

A shambolic and inspiring band prove that Alabama is a state of mind ...

London's Scariest Band: Alabama 3

Report and Interview by Will Self, The Observer, November 2002

IF YOU LIKE seriously deranged, outrageously danceable and indisputably subversive music, then clear your diary for December 1st when the Alabama 3 play the Astoria. ...


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