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On The Road - Vogue, May 2003

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Title: On The Road
Publication: Vogue
Date: May 2003
Writer: Mario Testino
Photos: Mario Testino



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The party's back at the hotel: "I fall in love with boys that sing with attitude," says the Sugababes' Mutya. James Dean Bradfield, lead singer of the Manic Street Preachers, laughs. "Right now, I feel like the Sugababes' protective older cousin," he admits. The other Manics - Sean Moore and Nicky Wire - are catching up on family time after their Japanese tour. "I love girl groups because I like a bit of glamour in music, even if it's street glamour," add Bryan Ferry, Roxy Music's legendary smooth operator. "At the moment I'm listening to the Carpenters, but I do really like the Sugababes."