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In today’s issue of The Ticket, the music and movies supplement which comes your way every Friday, there’s a plethora of good stuff. Tom Humphries defends the honour of Leeds United fans everywhere by issuing a fatwa against the makers …

Fri, Mar 20, 2009, 04:08

   

In today’s issue of The Ticket, the music and movies supplement which comes your way every Friday, there’s a plethora of good stuff. Tom Humphries defends the honour of Leeds United fans everywhere by issuing a fatwa against the makers of The Damned United, Paddy Agnew talks to director Paolo Sorrentino about Il Divo and there’s an interview with the mighty Jinx Lennon on the occasion of his new album “Trauma Themes Idiot Times”

In New Music, there are profiles of The Virgins and Disconnect 4, while Music News talks to John Reynolds about what now for the Electric Picnic after the deal with Festival Republic. In Revolver, Brian Boyd reckons the new deal is good for music.

CD of the Week comes from Justin Carroll, and there are also reviews of new releases from Jinx Lennon, Royksopp, Paranoid Visions, The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, Oumou Sangare, The Tallest Man On Earth, Dan Deacon and the soundtrack to “Duplicity”.

New flicks on a big screen near you getting the once-over from Messrs Clarke and Dwyer include Duplicity, Il Divo, Paul Blart: Mall Cop and Lesbian Vampire Killers

Just The Ticket.