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On the shortest day of the year you don't have time for elaborate prog rock epics, you need quick fire hits to help the day pass more easily and we've assembled the best of the bunch here just for you.
When time is of the essence and you need a quick fix you require some succinct songs to get you through the day. On the shortest day of the year your time is precious but you don't have to forego anything, you just need to scale it down. When daylight is scarce and the temperature is dropping a short sharp super-charged dose of high octane music is just the ticket. To help you through the day we've put together a playlist of some of the best short songs we could think of. Our top ten has all you need and it comes in at less than 19 minutes in it's entirety.
The White Stripes - Fell In Love With A Girl.
As the UK and Europe near the end game in the Brexit negotiations we bring you ten songs that capture the essence of the long drawn out goodbye.
As we reach the death throws of the protracted Brexit negotiations between The United Kingdom and Europe we thought we'd compile our own little playlist to mark the occasion. Break-ups can be messy affairs in all walks of life and Brexit has not been an exception to that rule. The squabbling may be over who should get the fish instead of who should get custody of the pets but it's been no less acrimonious. With neither side wanting to cave in to the other's demands it's inevitably the kids who will suffer and most of them didn't even vote for it. So, with tongue firmly in cheek, here are the top ten songs that we've chosen to represent the agonisingly long, painful goodbye that is Brexit.
Jeff Buckley - The Last Goodbye.
Continue reading: The Long Goodbye: A Brexit Inspired Playlist.
The Libertines' first reunion gig in London for four years was a critical success but the crowd were particularly badly behaved. The band's performance was interrupted two songs in by a crowd surge and the concert managers were forced to ask the crowd to stop throwing fireworks at the beginning of the set.
The Libertines' first reunion gig on English soil got off to a rocky start when overzealous fans surged towards the stage whilst the band performed at the British Summer Time gig in Hyde Park, London. This is the first time in four years the group has performed in the capital and their appearance has been praised by critics.
Pete Doherty performing with The Libertines in Glasgow last week.
Continue reading: The Libertines' Highly Praised Hyde Park Gig Interrupted By Surging Fans
As the front man of The Clash from 1977 onwards, Joe Strummer changed people's lives forever. A musical icon and political activist, Strummer was never shy about saying what was on his mind and meaning it. He was a voice of a generation, which still resonates today.
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RT @GALENandPAUL: Galen Ayers. Paul Simonon. More info coming Soon. Check out the latest issue of @MOJOmagazine on newsstands now. #Gale…
#OnThisDay in 1980, The Clash play a gig at Lancaster University. #TheClash 📷 Geoff Campbell https://t.co/KOYnNsqnJF
Paul during a break in the first album cover photoshoot in Camden in London, 1976. #TheClash 📷: © Kate Simon https://t.co/579NMzj2u7
#OnThisDay in 1981, Hitsville U.K. is released as the second single from Sandinista!. #TheClash https://t.co/w7cDNHxe26
"You don't have to always write about big stuff. Writing is about expressing yourself, you know? It can be about sm… https://t.co/ijQJSFMk0y
A month after the UK, London Calling is released in the USA on 10th January 1980. #TheClash https://t.co/7SYMYADCrV
The Clash 📷 Brian Aris #TheClash #JoeStrummer #MickJones #PaulSimonon #TopperHeadon https://t.co/HjjRGaYtV6
The Clash with Pete Townshend, 1980. #TheClash 📷 ©️ Kate Simon https://t.co/sciQXtqiaq
"You can only follow what's on your mind. In fact, a song is something you write because you can't sleep unless you… https://t.co/sFLsB3esdu
The Clash 📷: Bob Aris #TheClash #JoeStrummer #MickJones #PaulSimonon #TopperHeadon https://t.co/sFZVaq5MpM
New Year’s Day 1977, The Clash play the opening night of London’s new punk venue The Roxy on Neal Street, Covent Ga… https://t.co/ZUCA9DUfLL
The Clash perform at the Lyceum Ballroom in London, 1978. 📷 Eileen Polk #TheClash #JoeStrummer #MickJones… https://t.co/gCH8jaGstN
Complete Control #TheClash https://t.co/Cssd3W4oOm
Concert for the Peoples of Kampuchea, 1979. #TheClash 📷 Bob Gruen #JoeStrummer #MickJones #PaulSimonon… https://t.co/8mfOYGtYSs
The Clash host their ‘Christmas Dinner Dance’ at Acklam Hall, off Portobello Road under the Westway, 1979. #TheClash https://t.co/eJXyC8HwWS
London, 1979. 📷 Pennie Smith #TheClash https://t.co/SYdeu0NvvO
The name 'The Clash' came to Paul Simonon when he was reading the paper and kept noticing the word ‘clash’ mentione… https://t.co/wswZB7bTxN
RT @JoeStrummer: This Thurs, Dec 22nd, @jesse_malin & Gates of the West celebrate Joe’s life at the Niagra Bar, the place where friends & f…
Paul Simonon - born on this day in 1955. 📷 Julian Yewdall #TheClash #PaulSimonon https://t.co/hZfEDupMrd