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Robert Smith talks about New Order

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Robert Smith talks about New Order

Postby schwenko » Fri Aug 17, 2012 11:13 am

from NOOL:

"I became interested in searching for more music with Hooky-like basslines and I already knew about The Cure, but I googled it out of curiosity and found this 2000 interview with questions from fans:
http://imaginaryboys.altervista.org/eng ... uasked.htm

Here's the exact quote:
Quote:

How many songs do you reckon you owe to New Order?
[Anthony Black, Thetford]


Not as many as they owe to me. I think Blue Monday came out a bit earlier than The Walk but I wanted it to sound like the band Japan, not New Order. Simon Gallup and Peter Hook have got similarly aggressive personae on stage, although I think Simon is a far superior bass player. And the six-string bass was an instrument we both picked up at the same time in the early '80s. But I've never deliberately copied New Order.


Note: Hooky started playing with his 6-string Shergold Marathon before Simon Gallup, which later bought an Eccleshall 335 identical to Hooky's, and Smith is a serf-serving cunt. Cool"

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Postby Frau_Blucher » Fri Aug 17, 2012 1:08 pm

[quote]Originally posted by schwenko
[br]Note: Hooky started playing with his 6-string Shergold Marathon before Simon Gallup, which later bought an Eccleshall 335 identical to Hooky's, and Smith is a serf-serving cunt. Cool"
[/quote]
Is this a quote from Schwenko? I agree...but so is Hooky.
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Postby wherewereuin82 » Fri Aug 17, 2012 1:21 pm

[quote][i]Originally posted by Frau_Blucher[/i]
<br>[quote]Originally posted by schwenko
[br]Note: Hooky started playing with his 6-string Shergold Marathon before Simon Gallup, which later bought an Eccleshall 335 identical to Hooky's, and Smith is a serf-serving cunt. Cool"
[/quote]
Is this a quote from Schwenko? I agree...but so is Hooky.
[/quote]

I think so. Schwenk is such a potty-mouth.
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Postby schwenko » Fri Aug 17, 2012 9:10 pm

[quote][i]Originally posted by Frau_Blucher[/i]
<br>[quote]Originally posted by schwenko
[br]Note: Hooky started playing with his 6-string Shergold Marathon before Simon Gallup, which later bought an Eccleshall 335 identical to Hooky's, and Smith is a serf-serving cunt. Cool"
[/quote]
Is this a quote from Schwenko? ...snip...
[/quote]

wrongo boyo!

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Postby schwenko » Fri Aug 17, 2012 9:11 pm

[quote][i]Originally posted by wherewereuin82[/i]
<br>[quote][i]Originally posted by Frau_Blucher[/i]
<br>[quote]Originally posted by schwenko
[br]Note: Hooky started playing with his 6-string Shergold Marathon before Simon Gallup, which later bought an Eccleshall 335 identical to Hooky's, and Smith is a serf-serving cunt. Cool"
[/quote]
Is this a quote from Schwenko? I agree...but so is Hooky.
[/quote]

I think so. Schwenk is such a potty-mouth.
[/quote]

wrongo Imelda!

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