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November 10, 2020 82 min


Managed to nab the great Chris Hughes (T4F producer & Merrick from Adam & The Ants) for a 2 hr interview recently. 

Some of the interview relating to Seeds of Love will be siphoned off for Episode 4 but that leaves plenty of T4F content discussed from first meeting to last goodbye.

Find out;

* Who was really behind the SFTBC album title

* Which song inspired Roland's guitar solo in Shout!

* Which 3 words best describe Roland and Curt

* What two songs Chris thinks they should do live as medley

and much, much more (it's late, baby is crying so need to rush..)

Check it out and check out all other episodes and please send feedback on twitter or at 80sography@gmail.com. Chris Hughes on Twitter @C_M_Hughes

Thanks. 


Ridicule is nothing to be scared of x

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