Chutzpah! Reviews And Interviews Round-Up

Sunday, August 23rd, 2009

With the release of new album Chutzpah! just over a week away now, more reviews are rolling in. Kerrang! magazine have awarded the album 5K’s concluding that ‘After all these years, The Wildhearts are still making music with wings, music that you can’t help but be swept up and away with.’ Click on the review […]

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Chutzpah! – The Reviews Are Coming In

Monday, August 10th, 2009

The countdown is on to the release of Chutzpah! and the reviews are starting to come in. You can read some of them here (Links open in a new tab/window): Hard Rock Hideout Street Voice News Rocker’s Basement Rock Report Whiskey-Soda – In German, but a translation is available here. – […]

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Valor Del Corazon Reviews

Saturday, January 7th, 2006

By the sounds of it, the initial run of Valor Del Corazon has been hitting doormats (closely followed by CD players) all around the world over the last couple of weeks: hope you’re all enjoying it. Valor Del Corazon has had a great review from UK daily paper The Sun: That The Wildhearts remain largely […]

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Spin Review

Tuesday, January 20th, 2004

From the forthcoming issue of SPIN (Feb 2004), “The Wildhearts Must Be Destroyed” reviewed by Doug Brod is the highest rated album reviewed, even on import and without having a US label backing it up! Read on for the full review… For better, not worse, the Wildhearts may the least fashionable band in rock’n’roll: too […]

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Sonic Shake Appeal

Thursday, November 9th, 2000

SilverGinger 5 Live at the Scala, London · 9th November 2000 · Review by Darren Stockford, photos by Clay Roberts “If something started to go wrong, we’d just think, what would Iggy do?” Ginger’s standing in the upstairs bar explaining the method behind his band’s madness. Two hours earlier they’d launched the starship SilverGinger in […]

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Hi Ho Silver Shining

Thursday, June 1st, 2000

Silver Ginger 5 – Black Leather Mojo · Record review by Darren Stockford There’s a scene in the 1988 movie John Lennon: Imagine in which a reporter from the New York Times takes to task the greatest songwriter of his generation for trying to do something more with his life than just twist and shout. […]

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Seafood Of The Gods

Tuesday, July 20th, 1999

Clam Abuse Live at the Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth · 20th July 1999 · Review by Darren Stockford “So, Ginger, when are The Wildhearts getting back together?” Running Ginger’s web site, acting as a go between for the fans and the artist formerly known as Mr Wildheart, me and Tara get to read an awful lot […]

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