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Observer, The

 

a Sunday newspaper in Great Britain; founded in 1791. It is published in London by the Observer Limited. The Observer is a moderately liberal newspaper intended mainly for readers from the bourgeois intelligentsia. Circulation, 730,000 (1976). [18–681–1; updated]

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In 2004 the band was voted to have produced the best British album of all time in an Observer Music Monthly poll of 100 musicians and critics, and in 2006 the NME's writers reached the same conclusion.
Music journalist Jaimie Hodgson who regularly writes for NME and The Observer Music Monthly.
She told The Observer Music Monthly that the bad feelings and dark clouds usually only last a few hours at a time.
The band, who are renowned for wearing horror-style masks and jumpsuits on stage, are promoting their fourth album, All Hope Is Gone, which is released today and despite its grindingly heavy metal has already scored stellar reviews from the likes of Q Magazine and The Observer Music Monthly.
In January 2008, The Observer Music Monthly section gave 19 a five star review simply stating that "Of all 2008's female vocalists, none is as great as this one .
In January 2008, The Observer Music Monthly section gave "19" a five star review simply stating that "Of all 2008's female vocalists, none is as great as this one.
The gals seem to have taken their inspiration from Blondie's Parallel Lines album for the front cover of The Observer Music Monthly, which sees them looking great and dressed in black and white garb.
The two shows coincide with the release of Child's much-vaunted third solo album, The Miracle Inn, labelled "sublime" by the BBC and "grandiose" by Observer Music Monthly magazine.
The day I interview Candie she's just come from a photoshoot for Observer Music Monthly with fellow rising indie star Patrick Woo If.
Freeness is supported by decibel, Arts Council England, Bloomberg and The Observer Music Monthly.
Ludovico Einaudi is the quintessential "crossover" musician, dubbed by Observer Music Monthly as "the Prada-wearing, Radiohead-loving, Mali-visiting classical musician that it's cool to like".