MOJO magazine - The Who cover (September 2000 - Issue 82)
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THE ACTION were the hippest Mod band of 1965, too cool to make it in the mainstream. So, naturally, Phil Collins is spearheading their revival. Lois Wilson explains
COLDPLAY - 1 page
k.d. LANG - 1 page
DEXY'S MIDNIGHT RUNNERS were known as difficult, argumentative and deranged. "We were far worse than that," say Kevin Rowland and 'Al' Archer, reunited exclusively for Mojo. Jim Irvin shares their pain
OASIS - Oasis biographer Paolo Hewitt attended the band's Wembley shows hoping they'd call it a day. Did what he saw change his opinion?
1965 - Rock's year zero. Richard Williams analyses those crucial 12 months
THE WHO - From covers band to rock aristocracy
LONDON CLUBS - The hottest haunts of 1965, selected by Val Wilmer and Geoff Brown
THE KINKS - Their innocent exterior concealed a story of muder, family feuds and skulduggery. But between the fights and disasters, The Kinks cut some of the finest records of their era. Ray, Dave, Mick and Pete talk Johnny Black through their stormy '60s
RAY DAVIES - They called him a drama queen, a hypochondriac and a tightwad. Now Ray Davies responds
JULIE DRISCOLL - She was the best-known face in British music, the iconic focus of countless photoshoots. Then she threw it all away in a quest for musical freedom. Rob Chapman uncovers the double life of Julie Driscoll - and Julie Tippetts
THE MONKEES - Album review
WORLD PARTY - Album review
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE - Album review
CAMBRIDGE FOLK FESTIVAL - Review
BRIAN WILSON - Gig review
DAMIAN O'NEILL & THE UNDERTONES - "Hello Goodbye"