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IoS paperback review: The Man Who Sold the World, By Peter Doggett

Just as the Beatles' musical revolution summed up the spirit of the Sixties, so, Peter Doggett argues, David Bowie was "popular culture's most reliable guide to the fever of the Seventies".

Eno pictures paint 1,000 words

The brief? To take photos, perhaps from the window of the room where fans were listening to Brian Eno's latest album LUX, as the light of their day changed.

Jesse J, Will.i.am, Tom Jones and Danny O'Donoghue to return as 'The Voice' judges

All four coaches from The Voice are to be reunited when the series returns to BBC1 next year.

Beach House, Roundhouse, London

Dream pop duo Beach House are covered in smoke and coloured light, reduced to mere silhouettes on the stage. Victoria Legrand’s big, shaggy hair is the only discernable feature as she bobs and whispers. She is sometimes heard, sometimes obscured by Alex Scally’s rippling, dreamy guitar chords.

Chris Moyles leaves Radio 1 yesterday after his final breakfast show in London

Radio 4's Today programme beats Radio 1's breakfast show in latest Rajar listener figures

Outgoing breakfast host Chris Moyles bowed out with fewer listeners than John Humphrys, after his Radio 1 show was beaten by Radio 4's Today programme.

On his new tour, Johnny Hallyday is trying to translate his massive popularity at home to success abroad

First Night: Johnny Hallyday, Royal Albert Hall, London

France's Elvis is the perfect gentleman on his first British date

Album: Martha Wainwright, Come Home to Mama (V-2 Coop)

If CHTM includes references to motherhood beyond its title, that's hardly surprising: during its gestation, Wainwright became a mother herself and lost her own (the folk legend Kate McGarrigle).

Governor's gaffe directs meningitis hotline callers to phone-sex service

Citizens of Florida who fear they may have contracted a deadly strain of meningitis found themselves telephoning a sexually explicit adult chat-line yesterday, after the State's Governor, Rick Scott, misread a phone number set up by Department of Health to deal with the outbreak.

Wall of death: Only six players scored from direct free-kicks during the whole of last season's Champions' League

Has the set-piece been consigned to history?

The set-piece goal used to provide one of football's greatest thrills; now it is an endangered species in elite European football. New research shows its astonishing decline over the past decade.

Justin Lee Collins has never hit anyone in his life, he told his trial for domestic and emotional abuse today

Justin Lee Collins's relationship with ex-girlfriend brought out 'the demon' in him, court hears

Television presenter Justin Lee Collins's relationship with an ex-girlfriend accusing him of harassment brought out “the demon” in him, a court heard today.

Muse lead singer Matt Bellamy was a surprise torch bearer

Muse set to knock Mumford & Sons off top album spot

Mumford & Sons may have been dubbed the Muse of folk music for their ability to ratchet up sales in the US and to divide opinion. But it looks as if the real Muse is set to knock Mumfords off the UK album chart.

Nas, Under the Bridge, London


“I’m pushing 40, don’t applaud for me, I’m exhausted,” Nas admits disarmingly on his opening number “No Introduction”, and the articulate, provocative 39-year-old New Yorker is in reflective mood for this exuberant gig in Roman Abramovich’s intimate club.

Butch Vig: The Garbage baggage just melted away

The drummer and music producer spills the beans on his new American band The Emperor's of Wyoming

Adele's '21' went 13-times platinum in Australia

Forget dreams of breaking America... head Down Under

British musicians are urged to follow in Adele's conquering footsteps and look to Australia

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