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Sunday, 22 August 2010

Essential Ephemera #5


A Twenty Flight Rockers article in one of those 'style mags' that come free with the Sunday papers, think this might have come from The Mail way back sometime in 1986.



1 comment:

pipeline said...

Thanks Nuzz. I guess this article must have been written at the time of their nadir. The album that eventually came out did in no way represent the live experience. In fact I don’t think any of their original songs were on it. As we both know, from ‘83 -‘85 they were an ace live band. Little around that could touch them. As a fan who followed them during that period I started to get convinced that I was part of something that was going to be huge. TOTP’s and beyond. They seemed to have everything required, songs, image, musicianship. Sadly it was not to be. They never made it out of the clubs, and suddenly they just seemed to have faded away.

I would dispute the writers assertion that ‘Very little happened’ for Generation X. As far as I recall, quite a bit happened for them.