It's easy to mock Arsenal for being happy with fourth, but Nick Miller...
He is one of a number of solid shouts for players that look old before...
e is one of a number of solid shouts for players that look old before their time....
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Produced alongside Sam Williams, with whom Coombes first worked with on 'I Should Coco', 'Here Come The Bombs' represents a continuation of his day-to-day life in music. Recorded at Coombes's home studio and at Williams's Temple Studio, both in Oxford, the album explores the unexpected whilst maintaining the famous love of melody that marked some of Supergrass's finest moments.
Opening with the ethereally dreamy 'Bombs', the album reverberates with Coombes's sonic experimentations: the exuberant 'Break The Silence' features pulsating grooves cut with distorted guitars, 'Fanfare' sees Coombes experimenting with rhythmic, near spoken vocals, while the closing track 'Sleeping Giant' finds his vocals drifting through a cinematic, sci-fi induced soundscape.
CLOSING DATE: Monday 21st May 2012 23:23
Alan Pardew is 'pretty confident' he will stay as Newcastle manager after ending the season with a defeat by Arsenal.
Retiring Stoke striker Michael Owen admitted he had mixed emotions after his final appearance for the club.
Paul Lambert refused to answer questions about the future of Darren Bent following Aston Villa's 2-2 draw at Wigan.
He is one of a number of solid shouts for players that look old before their time. We also have the final words on lovely D-Beck and a rejection of end of season playoffs...
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