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Dead Or Alive

Dead Or Alive

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Dead Or Alive, The Decorators: I.C.A., London

Live Review by Leyla Sanai, New Musical Express, 5 September 1981

I MISS The Room — put it down to the usual punctuality of the Jubilee Line. The Decorators are surprisingly palatable to the cool, coiffeured ...

Dead Or Alive: Return of the Alien

Interview by Paul Mathur, New Musical Express, 29 May 1982

Mummy's boys beware — Pete Burns has resurrected Dead Or Alive and he's gunning for your chart positions. PAUL MATHUR reckons he's on target at ...

Dead Or Alive: Queen Bitch

Interview by Adam Sweeting, Melody Maker, 14 April 1984

Suddenly, yesterday's men Dead Or Alive are pop Stars. Here, flamboyant PETE BURNS tells Adam Sweeting about fame and dressing up. ...

Pete Burns: Confessions Of A Former Dickhead

Interview by Biba Kopf, New Musical Express, 26 May 1984

PETE BURNS bares flesh like he's got plenty to spare. Some claim he has, but far be it from me to say it. ...

Dead Or Alive: Youthquake (Epic)

Review by Colin Irwin, Melody Maker, 11 May 1985

Third degree Burns ...

Fame And How To Survive It — By Pete Burns

Interview by Betty Page, Record Mirror, 6 September 1986

This includes: (1) Not getting out of bed before noon; (2) Not having a fan club; (3) Being a recluse; (4) Staying out of the ...

Eric's, Probe and the Armadillo: The Story Of Liverpool Music, 1976-1988

Retrospective and Interview by Patrick Clarke, The Quietus, 10 April 2018

Through a series of interviews, Patrick Clarke charts the history of Liverpool's brilliant, bitter and burgeoning music scene of 1976-1988, from Eric's and Probe to ...

see also Nightmares in Wax


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