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Roches, The

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The Roches: The Roches (Warner Bros.)

Review by Ariel Swartley, Rolling Stone, 31 May 1979

The Roches: pretty and high and bright as the sky ...

The Roches: The Roches (Warner Bros Import BSK 3298)****½

Review by David Hepworth, Sounds, 9 June 1979

Dogs and married men ...

The Roches: The Whisky, Los Angeles

Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, Sounds, 7 July 1979

THE ROCHES. Pronounced as in bugs. Maggie and Terre and Suzzy, three sisters somewhere in their 20s. ...

Revenge Of the Roches

Profile and Interview by Richard Harrington, The Washington Post, 11 November 1980

Lacerating Lyrics of The New Wave Heroines ...

The Roches: Nurds (Warner Bros.)

Review by Jim Farber, Creem, February 1981

THE ROCHES' Nurd sorority is holding a party on their new album to which you are cordially uninvited. As the polar opposite of The Ramones' ...

The Roches: Dominion Theatre, London

Live Review by Mick Brown, The Guardian, 9 November 1982

FIRST THE McGarrigles and now, a fortnight later, the Roches. How many more sets of slightly kooky sisters does the American folk circuit have for ...

The Roches: Keep On Doing

Review by Deborah Frost, Creem, February 1983

IT'S TAKEN ME four years and three albums to find two good words for the Roches. What immediately endeared this nouveau folkie family to most ...

The Roches: Three Sides to Every Situation

Interview by Geoffrey Himes, Musician, March 1983

AT TIMES, the three Roche sisters seem blissfully oblivious to how the rest of the world operates. Take their clothes. Backstage at Washington's Wax Museum, ...

The Roches: Dominion Theatre, London

Live Review by Michele Kirsch, New Musical Express, 24 March 1990

YOU HAVE to understand, weird was not always marketable. Here we have three sisters from New Jersey who've been standing on a stage with acoustic ...


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