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Belgian BRT Radio 1 interview, 1985

 
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PostPost #1  Posted: Sun Jul 01, 2018 9:48 am    Post subject: Belgian BRT Radio 1 interview, 1985 Reply with quote Back to top

Used to have this on a cassette once, but I seem to have misplaced it. In scrolling through this thread, I couldn't find that interview back unfortunately.
Would any of the Belgian cohort be so kind to upload this, should it exist in some dark hole on the face of this planet?

In the interview, Andrew presents the FALAA album, song by song. I remember for 'No Time to Cry' that he didn't like the final recording that ended up on the record. Some other snippet that comes to mind is :'The singer isn't too sure of himself there', about the 'Everything will be allright'-section.
Andrew also gives some hilarious answers to questions, like: 'we tend to mostly black because it doesn't show the dirt. That's a very good reason. It's not hard to find socks that match. And you can wear your underwear for months.'
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