He is one of a number of solid shouts for players that look old before...
That's one opinion, but others give their thanks to the man. We also have...
e is one of a number of solid shouts for players that look old before their time....
hat on earth is Rowley going to do without his Popinjay...?
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Recording for 'Collections' took the band to two very disparate locations, beginning work with Tim Goldsworthy at his Unit 3 studio space in Bristol where Massive Attack recorded their seminal albums Blue Lines and Protection, and then onto Ben Allen's converted shipping container in the cabbagetown district of Atlanta, Georgia, the resulting work mirrors these differing environments and is unquestionably a quantum leap forward from their debut.
However the wait was more than worth it, new tracks Memeo, and forthcoming single Baiya perfectly representing the delicate balance of euphoria and despair, against a musical backdrop that owes as much to the very best of modern day pop to the more underground hip hop and electronica elements the band take inspiration from.
CLOSING DATE: Monday 4th February 2013 23:23
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley will share out £1m between the club's non-football staff if they beat Arsenal on Sunday.
David Beckham was in tears as he left the pitch after playing what could be the final game of his career as Paris Saint-Germain beat Brest 3-1.
Manchester City have confirmed that Gael Clichy has signed a new four-year deal at the Etihad Stadium.
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...
That's one opinion, but others give their thanks to the man. We also have ideas for a relegation playoff, happy memories of the season and a defence of Liverpool's campaign...