Now, true, I have not listened to a Supergrass album since their second one, In It For The Money, a dissapointingly serious affair after the punk rock exuberance of their awesome debut, I Should Coco. I nicked it from an Our Price in Redditch, I think, which says something about just how long ago it was that Supergrass released their second album. Indeed, it was that halycon summer of 1997, the year before Freeserve introduced the internets to the country and everything changed, forever.
That year I was in Redditch. We did a lot of hedge jumping to that Richard The Third joint. 10 years later me and Bizzle supported them at the Dublin Castle in Camden. Warners were considering signing me at the time, and me and my band came on in crazy ninja wrestling masks and scared them off. I got everyone in the crowd to turn around and swear at Wade, then chastised them for doing something soc ruel just because someone told them to.
What a mean thing to do to an audience!
Waaaw i was working on the roof there not so long ago! A french woman lives there now!
I was like, "Really?! Ooh la la! How's the roof?"
Iwan Roberts was all like, "The roof = Not well! The atic sees more light then a ty gwydyr lol"
I was like, daaaaaamn!
There's some roof-wrecking French woman living in my old house!
That's eerie, bubba!
"Ty gwydyr," is Welsh for Green House, in case you were wondering.
So, those awesome Superhero Music T-shirts are packaged up and ready to fly. My packaging game went up a levl today, look forward to that. AM getting this ish down to a FINE ART. Shout out Adam Walton who played Fly Aready! from that Superhero Music on his BBC Radio Wales show last night! Blaow!