Jerry Nolan and Syl Sylvain: City Continental Divide, New York
Michele Kirsch, New Musical Express, 9 September 1989
PRETTY UPMARKET for a rent party, or a money for drugs party, or a money for a new pair of trousers for building site bottom Syl's party. Now here's a gig where it's cool to lie about your age in reverse — yeah, you were there in '75 or '6; you ran away from Shitsville, Detroit, where all you ever did on a Saturday night was play your Dolls records and eat Kentucky Fried straight from the bucket, you know, before white trash was hip.
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