In an exclusive extract from his new book, the story of Storm Thorgerson in the noughties – the decade that ‘killed album art’.
This week, Anna Phoebe hangs out in Germany where she samples top beers and cycles through the Brandenburg Gate (but not at the same time). She also goes to see Kiss again, introduces her granny to an iPod and prepares to record an ELP cover. Click here to read all of Anna’s previous columns.
If the Noughties taught us anything, it was that what a band actually mean when they ‘split up’ is that, ‘We’ll be back when nostalgia makes you miss us’. So, here are 10 of the reunions that fired– or should that be ‘failed to fire’?! – our imaginations during the last decade. This is in no particular order.
We’ve finally reached the Top 10!
Chris Cornell has told Classic Rock that there are no current plans to reform the legendary grunge band.