Four Websites (2003 – 2012)

Bill Drummond has been running several web-based projects in the past, each allowing visitors to add their own contributions. Most of these have vanished from the web, or do not allow for new entries anymore.

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Centre Of The Creative Universe: Liverpool And The Avant-Garde

Published by Liverpool University Press in 2007, the release of Centre Of The Creative Universe coincided with the exhibition of the same name at Tate Liverpool. The book contains various photographs, event posters and newspaper clippings documenting the post-WW2 art history of the UK’s fifth-largest city. Apart from the imagery…

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The Beechwood Airship Interviews

The Beechwood Airship Interviews follows author Dan Richards during his undertaking of building an airship in his art school bar and the manifold artists and craftsmen he meets on his journey. Alongside interviewees like the Manic Street Preachers and Dame Judi Dench he also dedicates one chapter to Bill Drummond…

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The Monkees, Head, and the 60s

The Monkees, Head, and the 60s by Peter Mills features the 12-page chapter “Here We Come”, a collection of four questions posed to Bill about his memories of The Monkees TV show, the disparity between authenticity and manufacture in pop music, their influence on his early days as a musician,…

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Kiss The Lips Of Life

Brilliant started life in 1982 as a reaction of bass player Martin “Youth” Glover’s growing dissatisfaction with his current band Killing Joke and its band members. Following an angry musical one-person jab at his former band Glover went on to recruit a number of musicians and vocalists to found his…

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White Saviour Complex

White Saviour Complex is a play written by Bill Drummond under the pseudoynm of his alter ego Tenzing Scott Brown. Its release ties in with the screening of Best Before Death by Paul Duane. The book is divided into two versions of the same play, each again featuring three acts…

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Silent Protest (2002)

Silent Protest was a set of cards Bill Drummond released in late 2002 as a reaction to the invasion of Afghanistan. Originally meant as a single person’s full-year protest Bill soon realised the difficulties of going a whole year without uttering a single word. Instead he created the set of…

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The JAMs Don’t Do Sidekicks

If you have been following our Twitter page – which you definitely should because we are pretty awesome – you will certainly have heard about How To Burn A Million Quid, a 6-part radio podcast which was broadcast by BBC Radio 4 earlier this month. Over the course of three…

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Score 378: 7 Jours Avec Bill Drummond

Score 378 is a French book published in 2015 which is divided into two major parts. During the first 100 pages the book follows Bill Drummond and his performance 7 Decades, 7 Days, 7 Albums which took place in February 2011: having agreed to be the editor of the Offline…

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The Man

The Man was Bill Drummond’s 1986 solo album on Creation Records, meant as a farewell to his previous musical past at the age of 33.

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