Second part of fascinating chat with A & R guru, David Bates where he details the years of success with the band (both in the UK and US).
Worth listening out to discover;
* Who fainted recording a vocal
* Who won the bet with his US equivalent over which TFF single would sell the most
* Which single actually helped shift the most copies of Big Chair
* How he wangled dinner with Kim Basinger
* Details of the last row between Curt & Roland
* His answers to the world famous* quickfire round (including a surprising Least Fave Track)
Thanks to Carole for helping to set this up,
Another big TFF interview to come...
* by 'world famous' I mean I've done it more than once...
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