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So are you going to write a novel, or what?
could you imagine having to edit it?
my guess is Gordon Comstock
What went wrong? Do you still see your former band-mates?
should you want them - some are listed on Last FM, www.ruffstar etc - all our reviews are on www.myspace.com/faculette - it was fun - we were a gang and then we weren't.
Negativity after 'early break' then after that the usual cliches that people fall into when the initial excitement wears off - am very glad I'm out of it - I think it was good for all of us to disperse and hopefully still friends with 'the guys'
I dont know whether Im good a music or writing but hopefully someone will let me do something
Yes funnily enough Comstock IS my fave Orwell Character as his ending isn't as bad as most of his protagonists. I quite like George Bowling as a jolly fat man
There are clues there, surely? :D
that is why you have sub editors surely? Joey Deacon could barely talk but his biography is as fluid and lucid as the perfect prose.
whilst I stew over This SPorting Life (the band, not the book)
That will teach you Bamoss
sticky caps intentional?
or THE BAND?
my book will be called England Owes Me A Living as a sort of pisstake against the assumption we're all owed something. But wiht typos.
You had to work that out on paper, didn't you.
Just cos you used to be in the Faculty, doesn't mean you can waltz around like Pagan Wanderer Lu demanding interviews left, right and centre.
we got interviewed twice just for the record - the first one was how I met theo and look how things turned out. I'm at work that's why I'm bored.
Most 'pop' interviews are quite rubbish these days. There was an interview on 6 Music with a band called Cord and at its height of essential listening you could hear about how late they were recording until and there might be a few dates 'coming up' in September. The 'kids' don't know they're born these days do they?
just coz I have his old phone and I wear a poor approximation of Sandals....its espidrils from now on
Was it for 'Theo-bserver?'? heh.
Theo interviewed us for Is Hot The Deputy and they got my quotes mixed up with Nicky the guitarist, but happily not the worst quote which alluded to the guitarist 'taking time out between albums' which is my made up euphemism for doing a really long shit.
stop making me laugh. The 'coming up' (in quotes natch) was very droll.
you have a secret crush on Prole. NOT SO SECRET ANY MORE, EH?!
YOUR UNDYING LOVE FOR PATROWSIDE
I've already had to lay Marco out over this.
is strictly focused on our mutual appreciation of NOO MOOSIK
He PMs me begging for an interview thread "like Brainlove's" and then he doesn't even respond!
I hate you hate you hate you hate you!
Why - I'm so deeply offended, I'm currently mulling over a Excel spreadsheet of strong expletives, considering which one to use on you right here and now!
I think eloquent swearing is something more beautiful to behold than a waterfall or something - like being cuddled by a giant butterfly part singing/whispering a soft ballad by Diane Warren into your tear stained ear. Probably.
'Lips look Redder on You', or something....
I have 'Joe Meek's Girls' which is ace among other albums. Did you know Bob that his songwriter Geoff Goddard was from round your way?
I was listening to a Gene Pitney song that happened to be written by Joe Meek. Thought you might know it.
unless it was a late re recording - Gene Pitney never recorded for Meek
Geoff Goddard had a sad end -after his songwriting career ended he spet his days working in the kitchens of Reading College untill 1999 when he died - how depressing is that??