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[Music:Expose]

The Q release debut ep

“Issues” is the debut EP from The Q, a mod revival band from Gloucestershire UK.
[Music:Expose]

Spotlight on The Perceptions

A long harboured dream comes true for ex-JTQ members. Read on!
[Music:Expose]

Trummor & Orgel feat Magnus Carlson - Somebody stole my thunder

Brand new, good for you! Investigate!
[Music:Expose]

Die Profis: Neue Sensationen und alte Geheimnisse CD

Die Profis came from Düsseldorf and released an album back in 1982. Now it's finally available on cd. Read on.
[Music:Reviews]

Various Artists - The Godfather's R&B (BGP)

Mike Travis checks out the early production work of James Brown
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From our vault
Some articles you might have overlooked
[Music:Expose]

Sam Paglia And The B-Movie Heroes

Nancy Yahiro gives us the inside skinny on Sam Paglia. An exclusive interview for Uppers!
[Music:Tributes]

Rolling Stones

When the Stones attained the position as the bad boys of rock `n´ roll in the mid-60´s it was a unique achievement
[Music:Reviews]

Oh how Swede it is...

Two recent releases from the cold North. Uppers investigates full length albums by The Men and The Moving Sounds. Read on.
[Music:Reviews]

William Bell presents Atlanta Soul: The Peachtree Records Story (Grapevine GVCD 3009)

Music Editor and Atlanta resident Brian Poust might be bouncing off the walls just a bit too much with the release of this Peachtree Records compilation. But he's at least tried to contain himself to give you the good word.
[Music:Reviews]

Various Artists - Birth of Soul volume 4

Half of 2007 has passed, but this cd stands a good chance to be in the top 5 of compilations when the year ends. So says Richard Karström. Read on.