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Bush Telegraph

Report and Interview by Andrew Smith, The Guardian, 7 April 1995

How come an unknown British band are so big in the US? ...


Report and Interview by Sylvie Simmons, Rolling Stone, 1996

"HELLO", says Gavin Rossdale, slumped against the sofa on the trailer floor after a day of interviews. "We’re Bush — calculating, conniving, formulaic opportunists. Who ...

Bush: Nirvanawannabes

Profile and Interview by Steven Daly, Rolling Stone, 18 April 1996

Steve Albini is working on their next album, and their lead singer is pals with Courtney Love. Does that make them a band to ridicule ...

Valise of the Dolts: Bush: Razorblade Suitcase (Interscope)

Review by Johnny Cigarettes, New Musical Express, 18 January 1997

OK. WE ADMIT IT. We're shit. Culturally, politically, militarily, economically, morally, socially, athletically and aesthetically, Britain is rubbish. We can't win at cricket any more. ...

Bush: Forum, Kentish Town, London

Live Review by Paul Moody, New Musical Express, 22 February 1997


Bush, 3 Colours Red: SFX Centre, Dublin

Live Review by Robin Bresnark, Melody Maker, 25 October 1997


Bush: The Rover's Return

Report and Interview by Paul Elliott, Kerrang!, 8 November 1997

Gavin Rossdale has spent a mere 11 days at home in the last two years. No wonder BUSH have driven back to London after every ...

For the Love of Blighty

Report by Susan Corrigan, The Guardian, 1 December 1997

Coming soon to a suburb near you: Madonna. Susan Corrigan reports on a transatlantic affair ...

Breaking America

Report and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, 1999

Phil Sutcliffe checks out the history of British bands making it, and failing to make it, in the USA, and looks at the example of ...

Bush: The Chemical Brother

Interview by Ben Myers, Kerrang!, 23 October 1999

You would give your left arm to have a celebrity girlfriend, holidays in the Caribbean, several million in the bank and a reputation as Britain's ...


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