03 Nov 2016 Review: This Time It’s Personal, theartsdesk.com

CD: Dr John Cooper Clarke and Hugh Cornwell - This Time It's Personal
theartsdesk.com
"A big hand for Hugh Cornwell and Dr John Cooper Clarke as they trip down memory lane, with Clarke singing and Cornwell handling all the guitars – deftly, with plenty of reverb, and leaving plenty of space around him."

20 Jun 2016 Review: Euroman Cometh, The Telegraph

Let's not forget all that Europe has done to improve British men
telegraph.co.uk
"In 1979 I bought a pretty awful album called Euroman Cometh, an attempt by The Stranglers’ Franco-English (or is that Anglo-French?) bassist Jean-Jacques Burnel to go solo. Songs like ‘Do the European’, ‘Eurospeed’ and ‘Euromess’ didn’t work for me and I don’t think they worked for Burnel either. Since then he’s stuck to bass-playing, karate and swearing at people."

29 Jun 2013 Review: Totem & Taboo, writewyattuk

Hugh Cornwell – Totem and Taboo
writewyattuk.wordpress.com
"Here for all intents and purposes is an established artist on a creative high, and as fresh in outlook as in those ’70s and ’80s heydays. And while the voice brings Lou Reed to mind at key points, there are parallels with David Bowie’s 2013 successful return The Next Day and its own self-titled intro."