Re: S&B: Join Hands

F.Baube[tm] (
Fri, 29 Oct 93 4:58:49 EET

> this "epic desecration." It was
> apparently good enough live to gain them enough
> notoriety to later get a record deal.

Oh, I dunno about that. It took them *forever*
to get signed, and I think it was then on the
strength of the catchy hook of Hong Kong Garden.

For quite a while they were being called the best
unsigned band in England.

If anything, The Lord's Prayer made it all take
longer, as did their insistence on artistic control.

Somebody pls correct me if I'm out of it here.


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