‘Pump Up the Volume’ – MARRS
I AM THE MAGNIFICENT…
F.U. LADY YEE HAW!!!
Today, I missed the run-thru’, due to my illness. But I just couldn’t keep away, so came into Tech later + painted another ‘traditional’ ‘SATAN’ on the other megalith.
I saw Justine, briefly, and gave her another letter I’d written. She went to see The Wonder Stuff last nite, with Hamster. I wish I’d gone.
YO, JUSTINE, YOU IS COOL AND GROOVY!
My No.1: ‘Orinoco Flow’ – Enya
This is my Number One record, this week – and, quite coincidentally, it is the nation’s Number One single, too. Great. I’ve been fond of Enya’s stuff for about 2 years now – I think it was Tina Montgomery who introduced me to her The Celts album, which was great, and I love dancing to it at TRIANGLIA in early ’87 with Bella Murphy and co. Good to see she’s charted and gone to Number One.
I READING THE DOCTOR WHO NOVEL
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Next time: ‘Macbeth: Dress run…’