August 10, 2005 British rockers Nic Armstrong and the Thieves bring energy and passion to their quest of revitalizing garage rock. Their debut album The Greatest White Liar is sure to stir up memories of British invasion bands like the Stones, Beatles, and the Kinks.
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May 11, 2005 Rock critic Ken Tucker reviews the debut album by British 25-year-old Nic Armstrong and his band, the Thieves. The recording, The Greatest White Liar, has garnered attention with its mix of British rock and American blues.
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January 12, 2005 Bob Boilen speaks with All Things Considered music reviewers Mikel Jollett, Tom Moon and Meredith Ochs about some of their most anticipated releases for 2005. Hear sneak previews from Bright Eyes, M. Ward, the Kings of Leon and more.
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