Did you lie all the way through this questionnaire to make yourself look cooler?: The versions of this feature I penned on Pablo Honey and Grace have been deleted. I just couldn't keep lying to myself.
When did you first hear of the artist in question?: Honestly, Iíd never heard a thing by them until I put the tape in the machine. Itís a nice way to do things really. We should all take more risks with our record purchases.
When did you first hear of the artist in question?: With my ear pressed against my brotherís bedroom door.
Whatís your favourite track now?: Either Mr Psycho, or Growler , which I hadnít realized until we dug it out for the long haul down to Glasto goes very techno at the end.
What did you think when you first listened to the album?: To be honest I was disappointed. It wasn't very instant and I was fifteen at the time, so quite impatient. It only grew on me a couple of years after...
Who was your favourite member of the band and why?: Probably Alex James, before it was cool to like Graham Coxon. I always feel Dave Rowntree gets left out though. Poor The Rowntree.
Did you lie all the way through this questionnaire to make yourself look cooler?: Nope.
If you didnít buy it with your own pocket money, who bought it for you: I bought it with my carefully cultivated £1 per week stash of pocket money. So indirectly, my parents did buy it for me. I was the musical middle man of the whole deal.
When did you first hear of the artist in question?: Attending a state-school in the early nineties, The That, as they were never known, were an unavoidable force known to all. Maybe it was in our Dairylea.