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Brett Anderson: 'Suede need to make an album'

Suede frontman Brett Anderson says the band could split up again if they can't make a new album worth releasing.

Blondie, Somerset House, London

The audience for tonight's gig includes many who were not even born when the New York band adopted their Blondie moniker in 1975, but everyone knows all of the words anyway.

Album: Blondie, Panic of Girls (EMI / Eleven Seven)

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Suede - A stylish return for the wild ones

Suede's comeback gig last year was supposed to be a one-off. Now they're re-releasing their hits and headlining festivals. Elisa Bray chatted at Brett Anderson's house

Suede, Brixton Academy, London

Many old shots of Brett Anderson posing coquettishly as a self-regarding dandy have been published in recent weeks, though none can prepare us for the sight of Suede's singer with arms heroically stretched out, encompassing his fans' adulation. And this is during "Breakdown", one of the less memorable tracks from their debut album, which now closes with a punishing coda to replace the original's yearning close.

Culture Club: The Kennedys, Thursdays, History

"You Brits will love the Kennedy story. It has all the pomp, sex, money and power struggles you expect from us colonials. Jackie was our queen, Jack our prince. All very royal in an American way."

Album: The Human League, Credo (Wall of Sound)

There's much to enjoy about The Human League's comeback album, not least the way Phil Oakey expands the lexicon of pop to include such outré terms as witless, rancour and hellions, sprinkled among the 11 tracks.

Culture Club: The Killing, BBC Four

Readers review this week's big TV series

Debbie Harry admits drug addiction

Debbie Harry was "absolutely" a drug addict for "a couple of years".

Culture Club: Skins

This week's Culture Club is on the new series of E4's controversial teen drama Skins. Do you love it? Do you hate it? How do feel the latest cast members compare with their predecessors? Let us know your thoughts below.

Motley Crue singer Vince Neil to be jailed for DUI

Motley Crue singer Vince Neil is to be jailed for drunk driving.

Culture Club: Glee

This week's Culture Club focuses on the second series of Glee. Do you love it? Do you hate it? How do you feel it is comparing with the first series? Leave your thoughts on Glee below.

Suede, 02 Dome, London

Britpop stars still strutting their stuff

Culture Club: The American (15)

Readers review this week's big film

Culture Club: Let Me In

This week’s Culture Club focuses on Let Me In - the American remake of acclaimed Swedish vampire movie Let The Right One In.
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