Now, write it out a hundred times!
Ah, takes me back to my school days when I was chucked out of art class for allowing the word ‘fuck’ to pass through my lips. My teacher proceeded to give me a lecture on said word and gave me 100 lines as well – I wouldn’t have minded that much, but I was in 5th year at secondary school! Crazy hippy teacher!
Anyhow, here’s a small advert which appeared in the NME to promote 9th single, ‘To Sir, With Love’
December 1996 NME Magazine Follow @fivehungryjoes
Filed under: 1990-1991 Cake | Tags: Hard-to-Find, Music, Promo, Trashcan Sinatras, Vinyl
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Here’s the very rare 12″ promo for debut single, ‘Obscurity Knocks’. A very simple piece with a big letter A on one side of the white labels – good effort Go! Discs.
The plain black sleeve comes complete with a promo label. And that’s about it really.
Except to say that the A side is inscribed with the legend, ‘Youthenasia’
1990 Go! Discs GODX34Follow @fivehungryjoes
Filed under: Press | Tags: Concert, Gig, London ULU, NME Magazine, Press, They Might Be Giants, Trashcan Sinatras
Way back when the Trashcans were dipping their toes in the music business, they supported They Might Be Giants on a few early 1990 dates.
One of which was at London University’s Union – LULU for short. Here’s NME’s Stephen Dalton’s review…
3 March 1990 NME Magazine Follow @fivehungryjoes