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Alan doesn't do publicity. Doesn't like to take credit for anything. He's a really undercover guy. Not at all the same as Tony. You have to remember Alan was an actor. His outgoingness came out in his acting. He could push all of that into doing television or a play. In normal life, he was Mr Quiet. Nobody knew he was in the room. Tony, because he had a weekly TV programme… well, some people said he was arrogant. He was just confident at the thing he was doing.
It's always a thin line between confidence and arrogance. The whole movie was a caricature. People like Steve find the strongest trait in a person and exaggerate that. It was the same with us in the film, wearing the shorts and all that, Strange World - Various - Rebel Hardcore (Cassette. Martin Moscrop, guitar, trumpets: It was a long time ago now but I remember we were really driven by Tony Wilson who was very, very into the band.
He didn't waste a single one of our recordings. Everything we did he really loved and he put out. We went to Graveyard Studios and put down the tunes we'd written and were playing live. We were really well-rehearsed from gigging. Everything was done virtually live. We'd record as a band and overdub the vocals, trumpets and percussion. There wasn't Strange World - Various - Rebel Hardcore (Cassette lot of room for production. So even though Martin Hannett produced that side of the record side b is a live recording from the Electric Ballroomhe wasn't able to put his stamp on it.
It sounded like proper ACR. Whereas when we did To Each…the record after that, it really had the Hannett stamp because it was properly produced. It's the rawness that makes 'Do The Du' and everything else on the album. It's ACR in a very protean state. A lot of the tracks were written prior to us getting Donald in as drummer. Around that time we supported Talking Heads on their UK tour. That came through Tony. He presented a music programme called So It Goes.
The band that got on would also then play the Factory on a Friday night. So as well as the Factory they'd get on TV. That was a big pull for record companies and bands. We did five dates with Talking Heads. The Human League were going to do it but Talking Heads management found out at the last minute they were just going to show projections and not actually play, so they got sacked. They had to get another act in and luckily we were chosen. So we went from doing those Factory package gigs — maybe with Durutti Column and Section 25 - to doing the Talking Heads tour.
We played the Free Trade Hall in Manchester, which used to then hold about 2, people. David Byrne liked us. He would stand in the wings at each gig. Whether Talking Heads were influenced by us is another thing. We were quite influenced by then.
They were more rock than funk at that point. They thought we were absolutely bonkers. When we started we didn't have a guitar tuner as it was a really high tech thing. They let us use theirs. It was quite a revelation for us, being in tune. Of course the Factory connection continued as Chris Frantz and Tina Album) would produce the Happy Mondays, though that was many years later.
We were staying on Hudson Street. Chuck, the guy who owned the building, was later in Goodfellas. The guy with the hairpiece trying to get the money off Robert De Niro and gets garrotted in the car… that was him. De Niro's loft, as it happened, was on the top floor of the building we were staying in and Harvey Keitel was staying there. When we were filming the video we were making a real racket with percussion and trumpets.
Harvey Keitel knocks on the door asking how long we were going to be. A guy called Michael Shamberg directed the video. He did quite a few videos for New Order. He filmed us at Hudson Street playing percussion and intercut it with the first gigs we did in New York. We also did some filming on Wall Street. We got out of the back of the van and started playing trumpets and snares.
This security guard came out, threatening to shoot us. And meanwhile Michael was filming from the van. I'd love to see it. New York was Tony Wilson's idea. His mum had died and left him some money. He used that to fund the tour and pay for the studio. We were very fortunate to have someone who believed in us and loved the band. Major labels wouldn't look at us back then. We were too bizarre. Donald Johnson: The second single and my first recording.
Our version Album) about for a lot of different reasons. I knew the track through my friend Leroy Richardson, who would go on to manage the Hacienda. It was one of those weird coincidences.
Our version would have come about from the fact we were all listening to it in the rehearsal room and decided to make it our own. It's one of those tracks that has stuck with us, much as 'Step On' has with the Mondays.
What I like about it is that it's very simple. In A Certain Ratio we were trying to play funk and to communicate the idea of what funk is. This was the perfect vehicle.
The song had been out in nightclubs a little while and it had a very strong riff. The weird thing is, years later, the riff from our version has been used on so Strange World - Various - Rebel Hardcore (Cassette tracks it's incredible.
It's been sampled all over the place. I was listening to Radio 6 with my wife the other day. All of a sudden I hear the riff. Hold on, that's 'Shack Up'. I didn't even know what song it was. Ben Wallers represents himself by a symbol called a Spakenkreuz, which is a Swastika Hakenkreuz with a broken or 'spastic' arm, bent backwards to cross over the previous arm in the circularity of the swastika.
As far as he is aware, he invented this symbol. The Male Nurse's output was marked by heavy influence of Mark E. Smith 's, The Fall. They released a six-song mini-album titled "21 Years in Kranj ", two singles for Guided Missile, and appeared on four compilations.
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