The campaign to find out if Liz Hurley ever saw Napalm Death starts here
Back in August a guy attacked the concrete car park outside Loud And Quiet‘s London office with a massive drill. As you’d expect, the sound of it made recording a podcast less than ideal.
Fortunately, Fucked Up’s Damian is not only a gentlemen but a pro in that department (podcasts that is, not converting any spare urban space into expensive rentals). So we went to his hotel room nearby. He warmed up a Pot Noodle and pulled up a chair. In discussion: how the success of his dysfunctional punk band wildly surpassed his expectation, bleeding in the Pepsi aisle of a Bradford supermarket a decade ago and how pro wrestling prepared Donald Trump for his presidency. Plus, who he’d really like to get on his own successful podcast series (the excellent Turned Out A Punk).
There are some surprising names in contention…
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