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  1. Gotye: bad covers of hit song were 'very confronting'

  2. Papa Roach singer close to suicide

  3. Mick Hucknall: don't take cover album too seriously

  4. Soulsinger Allen Stone wants to sell millions of records

  5. Passenger doens't want to become a second Kings of Leon

  6. 'Mick Jagger was laughed at by his mother'

  7. Less circus, more rock at live shows Royal Republic

  8. Australian singer songwriter Coby Grant chases her dream in Europe

  9. Armin van Buuren takes radio show A State Of Trance on world tour

  10. Kodaline records debut album in legendary studio

  11. Cody Chesnutt trades sex and drugs for God

  12. 'The Rolling Stones continue until death'

  13. Anastacia regains passion with cover album after commercial flop

  14. Purity Ring finances debut album by selling equipment

  15. Graveyard bitter about injustice in the world

  16. Interpol-singer Paul Banks enjoys freedom on second solo album

  17. Havana Brown wanted 'Dutch house break' in hit song

  18. Cradle of Filth wants credibility back

  19. Bon Jovi limits freedom guitarist Sambora

  20. Andy Burrows happy to be free from 'exhausting' Razorlight

  21. Carl Cox: 'Dutch dj's successful because of home crowd'

  22. Nickelback likes to keep their music 'simple'

  23. Family problems central theme new album Jonathan Jeremiah

  24. Mother's death took a big toll on Martha Wainwright

  25. Gypsy upbringing forced Rosi Golan to grow up quickly

  26. All Time Low wants to be the voice of this generation

  27. 'Bizarre' Siberian beauty contest inspires Clock Opera

  28. Joe Bonamassa sparked creativity Beth Hart

  29. Difficult childhood troubled Phantom Limb

  30. Graffiti6 combines folk and soul 'in a unique way'

  31. Skunk Anansie stands up for casualties financial crisis

  32. Ghost town on Spitsbergen inspires Efterklang

  33. Ronan Keating thought everybody hated him

  34. Grizzly Bear pushes the boundaries of pop music

  35. Good songs come like 'vomit' for Mika

  36. Of Monsters And Men doubted hit potential Little Talks

  37. Billy Talent: 'Most pop music is junkfood for the mind'

  38. The xx longs for normal life

  39. Animal Collective revives old radio fragments

  40. Jens Lekman writes his songs as presents to friends

  41. Break saves Bloc Party from ending the band

  42. Kimbra famous thanks to Gotye

  43. Angus Stone doesn't miss arguing with sister Julia

  44. Keane was addicted to fame

  45. Broken back cannot stop Ren Harvieu

  46. Guitar completes life Lianne La Havas

  47. Garbage: 'Our record label gave up on us'

  48. Rachael Yamagata wants to have total control

  49. Howe Gelb (Giant Giant Sand) reconciles with hometown Tucson

  50. Breakthrough James Morrison was 'luck'

  51. Marina and the Diamonds wants to be 'goth Britney Spears'

  52. Joe Jackson pays tribute to 'immortal' Duke Ellington

  53. Slash is looking for a new singer for Velvet Revolver

  54. Pressure record company hampered inspiration Amy MacDonald

  55. The Tallest Man On Earth doubted himself

  56. Train singer Pat Monahan didn't believe in his own music

  57. Hot Chip is obsessed with synthesizers

  58. Lisa Hannigan digs in own past

  59. Joan Armatrading didn't want to be a performer

  60. Laura Gibson throws off her insecurity

  61. Delain writes song about murdered Sophie Lancaster

  62. Julia Stone focuses on solo career

  63. Interview with Fun. about We Are Young, Glee and the Super Bowl

  64. 'The Stranglers will never reunite'

  65. Gemma Ray has learned to be patient

  66. alt-J (∆) fascinated by tragedy and death

  67. We Are Augustines was haunted by setbacks

  68. Here We Go Magic feels pressure from Radiohead producer

  69. Luka Bloom: 'It's all about the song'

  70. Zulu Winter grabs last chance

  71. Katie Melua doubted her ability to sing after breakdown

  72. Frontmen Opeth and Porcupine Tree join forces

  73. Simone Simons: 'New Epica album is heavier'

  74. 77 Bombay Street is on a mission to have fun

  75. Anathema pays attention to 'every single little nuance'

  76. Morning Parade had trouble finding their own sound

  77. Korn doesn't want to alienate their core fans

  78. Patrick Watson criticizes 'cheap opinions'

  79. Paul van Dyk wants to break boundaries

  80. Tim Christensen prefers band over working solo

  81. Greg Holden troubled by self-doubt

  82. Simon Felice escapes death twice

  83. Halestorm combines aggression with intimacy

  84. Blood Red Shoes are 'incredibly self-destructive'

  85. Paul Weller hates nostalgia

  86. On The Record: Shinedown about the song Bully

  87. Michael Kiwanuka doesn't chase Adele-like success

  88. Grimes pushes her talents 'really hard'

  89. Sharon Van Etten avoids predictability

  90. Shelby Lynne at peace with murderous father

  91. Paul Oakenfold sees music industry change

  92. Cathedral fuels Ed Laurie's creativity

  93. Markus Schulz thrilled about US dance scene

  94. The Jezabels benefit from time pressure

  95. Dry The River's folk rock roots in hardcore

  96. 'Loss' is central theme on new Tindersticks album

  97. Damien Jurado makes record in three days

  98. Jonathan Wilson makes studio his life's work

  99. Second album troubles Band Of Skulls

  100. Field Music thinks music is not suited for answers

  101. Robb Flynn about his first record: AC/DC's Back In Black

  102. Robb Flynn about his favorite rock singer: AC/DC's Bon Scott

  103. Mark Lanegan has mixed feelings about Screaming Trees

  104. Radical Face about Welcome Home and the Nikon commercials

  105. Dance competition changes Christina Perri's life

  106. Birdy doesn't consider quitting school

  107. Mark Lanegan starts from scratch

  108. Success Zombie mystery for The Cranberries

  109. Anneke van Giersbergen wanted to get rid of Agua de Annique