more frightening than a white hot jacksie-bound poker and marginally
less scary than an invite to lunch with claire Rayner, these are
the questions to quake to. Would this month's raw-throated rockular
vocalmeister please bend over and grit his teeth...
Q: What's the first thing you do
when you wake up in the morning?
Q: What was the first gig you went to?
BA: Apart from gigs at school, the first proper gig I went to was David Bowie's Diamond Dogs in the Exhibition Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It was around '73 so I'd have been about 13 or 14. It was just great. He wouldn't come back on for an encore and the crowd smashed the place to pieces, threw all the seats at the equipment and totalled the stage. The other funny thing that happened was that he had a cherry picker and it went up and got stuck and wouldn't come down. So we all got a good old laugh out of that.
Q: Which song do you wish you had
Q: What is the best piece of advice
you've ever received?
Q: What is your most treasured material
Q: Who was the last person you slept
Q: What do you think of Bob Dylan?
Q: When did you last cry and why?
Q: What characteristics do you think
you've inherited from your parents?
Q: What's the biggest myth about
Q: What are you like when you're
Q: Who would you have play you in
Q: Pick five words to describe yourself.
Q: Is there one piece of criticism
that sticks in your mind?
Q: Do you believe in God?
Q: What's your most unpleasant characteristic?
Q: What's your greatest fear?
Q: What ambitions do you still have
Q: Are you afraid of failure?
Q: What do you never leave home
Q: Who is your best male and best
Q: Who would you most like to meet?
Q: What music would you have played
at your funeral?
Q: When you look in the mirror do
you like what you see?
Q: Do you have anything to declare?