Astute royalty and publishing contracts I would imagine, together with shrewd investments. Was never keen, but Stuart Zender was one of the best bassists around and is still in big demand as a session man.The real jk 😏 is absolutely stinking rich, good on him but I've always wondered how, as far as I know they're no longer active (for a long time now) and we're comparatively average (popularity sized) group around in the 90s. Anyone got any theories as to how he's so loaded?
I liked them too Jack, but I preferred Mega City Four back then. When I first met my wife she always had 'transophobia' on in her bedroom!For the 1st time in at least a decade, I've been playing this beauty of an album "This Is the Day...This Is the Hour...This Is This!" on my night shift, all killer, no filler. A rare feat.
It actually sounds fresher and more relevant than it did 32 years ago in 1989. Climate Change is mentioned a couple of times and who'd have thought that serial on stage idiots PWEI would have been ahead of the curve? Or that Clint is now a multi millionaire LA resident whilst a Golden Globe and Grammy nominated film composer...
Too many great songs to pull off this album, I was gonna put up "Wake Up!, Time To Die!" but instead, I am putting this up just for the glorious line of "You give me sixteen different flavours of hell".
It's quality. It's like an amalgam of other Radiohead songs. It wouldn't be out of place on OK Computer or the Bends.Flippin good innit 😲
Watched that Nirvana documentary last night, about their visits to the UK. Not their biggest fan by any means, but still a good watch. Loved how Kurt took the piss out of TOTP, never seen that before.
Support though from an Icelandic duo BSI (seemingly stands for Brussel Sprouts International on their YouTube but maybe thats because BSI was already used!