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You Love Oz - Vox, February 1997

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Title: You Love Oz
Publication: Vox
Date: February 1997
Photos: Ian Jennings



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Six years ago, when the Manic Street Preachers wrote 'Little Baby Nothing' for their debut album, 'Generation Terrorists', legend had it they had Kylie Minogue in mind to croon the lines "Used, used, used by men". But, as fate would have it, the antipodean pop princess was unavailable at the time, and they had to settle for soft porn star Traci Lords.

It was, then, something of a Great Pop Moment when Kylie herself appeared on stage with the Manics mid-way through their recent Shepherd's Bush show to belt out those immortal lyrics. Word is that James Dean Bradfield is currently writing a track or two for the Kylester's next album, and her guest-slot was something of a payback.