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Aside from some heavy rains on Thursday and some quick showers Sunday, the throngs at Worthy Farm this year enjoyed some of the best weather in Glastonbury history. In return, the impressive lineup…   Read Story »
You first heard her anti-homophobia anthem as (the ostensibly George W-referencing) "Guess Who Batman?," but when the song resurfaced on It's Not Me, It's You, it came with some blunt "Fuck You"…   Read Story »
"Why" is an It's Not Me, It's You b-side. It is also Lily at her most vulnerable, aww. She could be a better person, maybe that's why you don't love her? The first lines say it all: "Why aren't I one…   Read Story »
I've always found Lily's briticisms (e.g., "on a blag," "get a Chinese," etc.) even more charming than her potty mouth, so it's fun to see the pop star get an over-the-top Americana makeover. Here…   Read Story »
As noted after Lily's stop at Bowery Ballroom last week, a good chunk of It's Not Me, It's You is given over to directly textual, emotional confessionals wrapped in melancholic (and occasionally…   Read Story »
When you think about it, these MySpace Secret Shows really reached their logical conclusion last night. You can just shut it down now. A few songs into a set that was all new but for "LDN" and…   Read Story »
Lily Allen's sophomore effort It's Not Me, It's You is streaming at MySpace, the pop star's blog platform of choice. Have a listen while you check out pictures of her bum.   Read Story »
Lily Allen's It's Not Me, It's You has a more electro-pop vibe than her ska-sampling breakthrough Alright, Still, but thematically not much has changed. The British pop star readily admits she still…   Read Story »
Ms. Allen gave us her (and Mick Jones's) take on "Straight To Hell" last week, but the Clash cover won't appear on her upcoming full-length It's Not Me, it's You. The three songs she performed on…   Read Story »
Or, in words your parents will understand: Lily Allen did a cover of the Clash's "Straight To Hell" with the original's co-writer Mick Jones, no less. Originally released in 1982 as the third single…   Read Story »