Fun Boy Three
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Review by Gavin Martin, New Musical Express, 13 March 1982
THERE NEEDS to be good reason for breaking up an outfit like The Specials, their heyday happened so fast, ended so soon and was tied ...
Profile and Interview by Jim Green, Trouser Press, June 1982
"EQUALITY AND democracy were what we preached. That's how it was when we started, but it didn't last. When we started making $2,000 a night ...
Comment by Penny Valentine, Creem, June 1982
Struggle after struggleYear after yearThe atmosphere's a fine blend of ice.I'm almost stone cold deadIn a town called malice.— 'Town Called Malice', the Jam. ...
Interview by Richard Grabel, Creem, September 1982
NEW YORK — When the Specials broke up, the group split into two camps. Jerry Dammers, the gap-toothed keyboardist who was usually considered the mastermind ...
Interview by Fiona Russell Powell, The Face, July 1983
This interview with Terry Hall is the result of two rather brief meetings with the Fun Boy, although I'm tempted to suggest that Glum Boy ...
see also Bananarama
see also Terry Hall
see also Specials, The
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