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Brat Planet! - NME, 5th February 1994

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Title Brat Planet!
Publication NME
Date Saturday 5th February 1994


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“The reason we’re here tonight is because of Philip Hall. We hardly ever go to events like this but tonight it was important to us that we were all here. I think it’s very good that the NME named an award after him. He never really tried that hard to gain respect, he just earned it very naturally and never pushed anyone too hard. Even when he came to see us rehearsing in Wales before we got anywhere he never demanded anything from us and never pushed us into being anything we didn’t want to be. But the beautiful always die young, I’m afraid.”


“I thought the awards were very good, but I think Senser should have won something. The only award I would dispute would be Elastica. I haven’t got a problem with their music, I just find the patronage of pop stars very insulting. When Justine arrived tonight she was on Damon’s arm, and I just can’t see the difference between that and Liz Taylor and Richard Burton arriving at the Oscars. I found that very sickening and over-professional. There surely can’t be anything more boring than going out with someone in another band. It’s very tiresome.”