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The House Of Love: The House Of Love

Review by David Cavanagh, Sounds, May 1988

IT'S ONE of those records that seem to enter your body throat first. This is not so much due to Guy Chadwick's rich pale moan, ...

The House of Love, The Darling Buds and The Wonder Stuff: Tomorrow Belongs To Us

Interview by Len Brown, New Musical Express, 7 January 1989

AT THE DAWN OF 1989 I'm confronted by Guy House Of Love Chadwick, Andrea Darling Bud and Miles Wonder Stuff. The first, an anorexic Brian ...

The House Of Love — Building Sights

Interview by Jon Wilde, Melody Maker, 28 October 1989

LAST YEAR, they were everyone's band of the moment. Their debut album and singles like 'Christine' received the highest accolades. This year the band released ...

The House of Love: The House of Love (PolyGram); The Sundays: Reading, Writing and Arithmetic (Geffen)

Review by Pat Blashill, Spin, June 1990

ENGLAND BREEDS pop sensations almost as efficiently as the American suburbs birth thrash metal bands. And there's a time delay: American cultural ambassadors like Anthrax ...

The House Of Love: Burning Down The House

Interview by Max Bell, Vox, November 1990

The House Of Love became a house of ill repute as they binged, boozed and vindalooed their way through the tour that never ended, burning ...

The House Of Love's Guy Chadwick

Interview by Simon Reynolds, Melody Maker, 19 October 1991

If there was ever any doubt that it’s tough at the top, one need only look at what happened to GUY CHADWICK. Feted, eulogized, deified ...

The House Of Love: Town & Country Club, London

Live Review by Stephen Dalton, New Musical Express, 23 May 1992

RAFTERS GROAN as House Of Love devotees stack themselves floor to ceiling for this live Radio XFM broadcast, sucking most of London's most unlikely demographic ...

The House Of Love: Babe Rainbow

Review by David Cavanagh, Select, August 1992

IT'S SOME STRANGE SECRET — probably one that only Guy Chadwick fully understands — how a band that have known such trauma and turmoil as ...

The House Of Love: Audience For The Mind

Review by David Cavanagh, Select, July 1993

THE SAGA KINKS, bizarrely even by their standards. Audience For The Mind, the official fourth House Of Love album, is upon us a mere year ...

The House of Love: You Only Live Twice

Interview by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 8 February 2005

Ten years ago, the House of Love fell apart, fists flying. They tell Dave Simpson what brought them back together. ...


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