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Elvis Mixmaster Junkie Xl Links Up With The Cure + Chuck D

5th February 2004

The dance star behind the massive hit remix of ELVIS PRESLEY's A LITTLE LESS CONVERSATION has called on guest vocals from THE CURE's ROBERT SMITH and rap mogul CHUCK D for his eclectic new album....

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Gahan's Torment

25th August 2003

DEPECHE MODE frontman DAVE GAHAN is still struggling with his addictive demons after surviving a suicide attempt and an overdose in the mid-1990s. The CONDEMNATION singer, who recently released his first solo album, PAPER...

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Frontman Gahan To Leave Depeche Mode?

21st August 2003

DEPECHE MODE frontman DAVE GAHAN has voiced doubts about his future with the band. According to ROLLINGSTONE.COM, Gahan, who released his debut solo album PAPER MONSTERS earlier this summer (03), is considering leaving...

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British Gahan Is A True New Yorker

27th June 2003

British DEPECHE MODE frontman DAVE GAHAN has spent so much time in New York even his American neighbours think he's a local. Gahan, who has just released his first solo album PAPER MONSTERS, hails...

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Dave Gahan's Rock Awakening

20th June 2003

Rocker DAVE GAHAN shocked his DEPECHE MODE bandmates when he returned from Los Angeles in the early 1990s with his new wildman of rock image. Having not seen his band for 24 months, former...

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Gahan Not Friends With Depeche Mode

3rd June 2003

Rehabilitated DEPECHE MODE frontman DAVE GAHAN insists his bandmates are not his friends - but does admit they boast an effective creative relationship. The MASTERS AND SERVANTS singer - who flirted with...

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Dave Gahan Reveals Booze Hell

30th May 2003

International fame had a very dark side for DEPECHE MODE rocker DAVE GAHAN - his slow descent into addiction almost killed him. The JUST CAN'T GET ENOUGH singer found the pressure of being in...

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