Pete Paphides

Pop Music Critic, Times of London

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Chief pop music critic for the Times of London

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Before he died yesterday,  Michael Jackson  was preparing for 50 concerts, one for every year of his life. He planned to perform them in London.

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Before he died yesterday, Michael Jackson was preparing for 50 concerts, one for every year of his life. He planned to perform them in London.

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