2010 in clicks.

I received some relatively pointless stats from WordPress this morning, but perhaps it’s worth recording the most-viewed posts here:

Attractions in 2010

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.


What Carlos Did Next: Carl Barat and Sadie Frost in Fool For Love February 2010


Handbags and Gladrags: the glittery genius of Kenickie March 2010


I Love You But You’re Wood Green: Carl Barat at the Big Green Bookshop October 2010


If the Beatles had read Blake: a word on the Libertines August 2010


About March 2009
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In the coming year I’d like to write more on women in music, both as artists and as fans; on punk as a revolutionary cultural moment; and on the near-certain death of the record industry in the age of the one-click download. I’d also like to write, but probably won’t, a retrospective on post-Libertines London bands entitled ‘The Good, the Bad, and Thee Unstrung’.

Is there anything you’d like to see more of on this blog, or, for that matter, less of?


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