Don’t Dream It. BE It.

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Don't Dream It. BE It.

I was never a natural singer. As a kid, I would sing along to my favourite pop songs but no-one ever stopped me in my tracks to comment on how good my voice was. I could sing in tune, but I had no style, no control, no technique. When I decided that I wanted to be a singer, aged about … Read More

Trick Or Mistreat

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Trick Or Mistreat

It’s the night before Hallowe’en as I write this. It is a special time of year for me, mainly due to the memories that it conjures up. You see, it was around this time of year, several moons ago, that my band – SPiT LiKE THiS – first encountered a whiff of success. One drunken afternoon, several months prior, I … Read More

Musical Nostalgia

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Musical Nostalgia

I was in the car today when “Kings Of The Wild Frontier” came on the radio. Adam Ant was my first musical hero, I thought he was awesome. I guess I was about 8 when I started buying his singles. Other bands from that era that impacted me in a big way include the Human League and Frankie Goes To … Read More

An Appetite For Life

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Appetite For Life

“Appetite For Destruction”, the debut album from Guns n’ Roses, is now 30 years old. As someone who was “there” when it was released and witnessed the sweeping change it made across the rock landscape, this makes me feel really fucking old. The album still sounds as fresh today as it did upon release. It hasn’t dated a day. The … Read More

A Lifetime Ago

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A Lifetime Ago

Wow, this took me back! I was browsing eBay, looking for something completely different entirely, when I stumbled across a listing for this: That is me and Vikki on the cover, looking young and pretty. Both probably a bit drunk. Inside is a massive six page spread on us. I will never forget that period in the band’s history – … Read More