The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Saturday, 7 February 1987

Dogs

‘The Walk’ – The Cure




NOPE!  I DIDN’T GET EP RAEGHT EARLIE UND MEIN ADOLTES DIDN’T MINDEN MECH.  WHEN I DID GET EP, I RECORDED THE NEW SITUATION TRACK: ‘KREP MISSILE E1-11 (THE 1987 MIX)’.  AND THEN I WENT UP TOWN.



Whilst walking, I took a short cut up Mile Tree Lane.  About a foot from the end of the road, I was chased by a fuckin’ Labrador and so had to go all the way back – where I was almost babbered in by an Alsatian, and would have been but for its owner.  I HATE DOGS!!!  I’ve just decided.



In town, I bought David Sylvian’s ‘Red Guitar’ 7-inch. 


Yes.  It’s taken me this long to get round to it.  And I’m glad, cos I bought it for the cheapest price I’ve ever seen: 40p!



I had tea at Queenie’s (Freddie’s mum’s) and returned home to watch the excellent Timbuk 3 on Saturday Live


…as well as watching Omen III.




Flash ‘86, with big hair, glasses, fat lips, big spots and jutting stubbly chin…







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