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#1 Posted : 06 November 2015 09:19:33(UTC)
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#2 Posted : 06 November 2015 10:47:59(UTC)
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Now the problems start during the recording of brotherhood. he keeps going backward on to when things went bad with the group. eventually he'll blame Bernard for wanting to continue making music after Ian died.
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#3 Posted : 06 November 2015 10:51:30(UTC)
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He makes it out like Bernard spent nearly the entire book talking about Hooky.I recall it was about one chapter if that out of what, 21 chapters? Bernard rarely talks about Hooky in interviews apart from the odd one or two short replies to questions that the interviewer brought up, Bernard doesn't bring the subject up. Whereas Hooky goes on about Bernard in every fcuking interview and brings up the subject without prompting.Fcuking prick.Something definitely up with the boring old man's brain.What's sad most of all is actually the fact interviewers still give him the time of day. Try writing some new songs Hooky.Maybe it'll take your mind of Bernard.
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#4 Posted : 06 November 2015 11:37:09(UTC)
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The problem started when Bernard was birn. And Ian. And john Lydon. things were grate before that. Wankuz.

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#5 Posted : 06 November 2015 14:40:09(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Fotzepolitic Go to Quoted Post
He makes it out like Bernard spent nearly the entire book talking about Hooky.I recall it was about one chapter if that out of what, 21 chapters? Bernard rarely talks about Hooky in interviews apart from the odd one or two short replies to questions that the interviewer brought up, Bernard doesn't bring the subject up. Whereas Hooky goes on about Bernard in every fcuking interview and brings up the subject without prompting.Fcuking prick.Something definitely up with the boring old man's brain.What's sad most of all is actually the fact interviewers still give him the time of day. Try writing some new songs Hooky.Maybe it'll take your mind of Bernard.


I only got around to reading Bernard's book last week and there was one chapter devoted to the issues that surfaced around the time that they were recording WFTSC, what I found disappointing about the book was the fact that PCL, Lowlife and Brotherhood didn't get as much as a mention, there was too much on the hedonism and not enough about the making of the music for my liking.
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#6 Posted : 07 November 2015 00:01:54(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Fotzepolitic Go to Quoted Post
He makes it out like Bernard spent nearly the entire book talking about Hooky.I recall it was about one chapter if that out of what, 21 chapters? Bernard rarely talks about Hooky in interviews apart from the odd one or two short replies to questions that the interviewer brought up, Bernard doesn't bring the subject up. Whereas Hooky goes on about Bernard in every fcuking interview and brings up the subject without prompting.Fcuking prick.Something definitely up with the boring old man's brain.What's sad most of all is actually the fact interviewers still give him the time of day. Try writing some new songs Hooky.Maybe it'll take your mind of Bernard.


I only got around to reading Bernard's book last week and there was one chapter devoted to the issues that surfaced around the time that they were recording WFTSC, what I found disappointing about the book was the fact that PCL, Lowlife and Brotherhood didn't get as much as a mention, there was too much on the hedonism and not enough about the making of the music for my liking.



Yeah i know what you mean but Bernard in one of the interviews around the release of MC when asked about him somewhat skipping over PCL, Low Life and Brotherhood in the book said he felt studio anecdotes were rather boring, nothing to tell etc.
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