Well I remember Micky Doyle, he shuffled off this mortal coil
with no message for "that special girl", just thank you and goodbye cruel world,
then for the sake of Auld Lang Syne, he put his head on the railway line,
looked up at the morning sun and waited for the train to come........
seen them at glasgow barrowlands ,thought it was far 2 loud , i know there famous for being loud but couldnt enjoy it as much, then seen them in brixton academy was amazing 1 best gigs i been too n the atmosphere was amazing ,find bands always play best at there home town... n after show party was brill as well
My dad took me to see them for the first time when I was 12. From collecting the vinyl and tapes, wearing the longsleeves CONSTANTLY, blaring them out in my dads van-Carter have been a huge part of me growing up. Untouchable.
impossible for them to comprehend how important they have been for a lot of us growing up in the 90s. thanks for everything JimBob&Fruitbat! (still sad about the time one of my flatmates broke that x-mas 7" they sent out once, *sigh)