The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Saturday, 18 April 1987

Heart Full of Soul

‘Heart Full of Soul’ – Ghost Dance

Flash and I finally got to bed last naeght, and today we went to Leeds and I bought a red and black shirt and a couple o’ disks, which I am chaffed with.  These were: ‘Heart Full of Soul’ 12-inch by Ghost Dance

…and ‘Lips can’t Go’ 12-inch by Alien Sex Fiend. 

But I was really disappointed with the alternative shops.  I’m more fuckin’ alternative than them.

And then we went to Janet ‘n’ Norman’s, which was alraight.  I was pleased with ‘em.


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