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So here we are with a list honoring those out and proud men who have paved the way for many others like them and many more who will surely come.These men have been a positive influence for GLBT youth around the world, and by their honesty they have helped shape the current climate and acceptability for being an openly gay male artist in today’s music industry.These issues list all his Singles & Albums entries in the UK charts and the first 2 Performance Charts. Prince fans - if you purchase UKCharts Plus 766, we'll give you UKCharts Plus 767 FREE. UKCharts Plus publishes the UK's Official charts in their entirety and remains the only publication with the full Top 100 Singles and Top 200 Albums charts for the UK. We have formally licensed the official charts from The Official UK Charts Company to bring you the most accurate and in-depth information about what music is currently popular across the UK.These issues list all his Singles & Albums entries in the UK charts and the first 2 Performance Charts. UKCharts Plus is a weekly newsletter, e-mailed to your "in box" as a PDF attachment. Alternatively, purchase the current copy for 5.50 or back issue for 5 each and if you purchase a Quarterly or Annual subscription within 14 days, an additional week will be added to your subscription (restricted to one per person).Here then is 100 minutes or so of an off-air recording of a show I presented on a Saturday afternoon in October 1998.These days, with more and more public figures coming forward about their sexuality, it was only a matter of time that we here at The put together a list of the most influential and intriguing openly gay and bisexual male musicians of the past century. While we’ve limited this to only 50 musicians, the number of openly gay artists far surpasses that number, and we’re sure you will likely spot an artist near and dear to your heart that we left out. We simply tried to assemble a list of those artists we feel have been both successful in their careers while also raising awareness toward gay rights issues and giving back to the community in which they belong.

My on-air radio career is, let’s be honest now, a vanishingly long time in the past which is why I rarely hark back to it these days.

Havin digitised it, it seemed a shame not to share, not just for the benefit of those friends who begged to hear it but the world in general.

If only as an example of how local radio sounded almost 20 years ago.

Once again, it's an understated affair which hits best with its low-swung technique - more rolling than jumpy, more grumbling that shouty, it's the type of tunes you'd expect to hear Randall play at 3am. Jaydan continues his prolific cavalcade of crucialness with four more savage jams as he makes his long-overdue debut on Maji's Sweet Tooth. Three generations of drum & bass craftsmen combine to form a mean Voltron; OGs Total Science, DNAudio alumni Hyrdo and relative newcomer War fuse to fire up four authentic wallshakers.

Highlights come in the form of every track but don't sleep on the elastic bass stretches and sultry vocal on "All The Time" (with Raz), the ludicrously flabby bass on the brilliantly titled "Big Food Mover" and the epic, not to mention sandpapery, collabo between Aggers, Greezey and Kumarachi "AZR". Big riff thunder pieces tailored for deep mix head-twisting, across the set we're kicked in the guts by the sandpaper riff on "Pagan Times", pushed into a deep hole with the anarchic atonal grit of "Snitch", our arms are ripped off as we salute too hard to the early Propaganda style "Tear It Down" and we skank ourselves to death with the ace jungle lash out "Run Da Riddim". Highlights and mesmerising moments fly from every corner; the layered rolls of percussion and fluidity of "Denial", the rasping electrified bass gurgles of "Straight G", the wily drumfunk and jazzy twangs of "Deluge" and the vibe-flipping euphoric electronica waves on the breezy soul roller "Aegean Blues".

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