New Musical Express, December 23, 1978

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Elvis Costello


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Elvis Costello enthralled, infuriated, intrigued, irritated and got into lots of backstage fights. With two smashes out of three singles ("Chelsea" and "Radio, Radio" seduced the mass ear, while "Pump It Up" didn't) and a single success with his This Year's Model album, the man who did for hornrimmed glasses what Elton John did for hair transplants — also achieved the dubious honour of being the first new wave(ish) artist to have one of his songs recorded by Linda Ronstadt.



Tour news


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Elvis Costello's concert at Carlisle Market Hall on January 16, part of his upcoming U.K. tour, has been cancelled due to a double booking by the venue. Instead, he now plays a second night at Edinburgh Odeon on that date.

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New Musical Express, December 23, 1978


EC is featured in the Year In Review and a tour schedule change.


A full page ad for Armed Forces appears on page 20.

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Clippings.


Page 20 advertisement.
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Photo.
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Cover.
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