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The Blue Generation - Impact, May 1988

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Title: The Blue Generation
Publication: Impact
Date: May 1988
Writer: James Dean Bradfield & Sean Moore



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"The Blue Generation" is a definite body of ideas and people, we are:- Seany Dee, Jamie Kat, Nicky Wire, Ritchie Vee (The Manic Street Preachers), Rusty Blueheart, Stevie-boy Gee, Tariq Tenessee, as well as these names we have a posse of howl-spirited bluebeats cruising the zero sidewalks of Blackwood, dropping their lives and picking up their souls and declaring that, this is the grove! Dig it kats or buy a body bag. So you want us to put our money where our mouths are. We will, but for a short while we will proceed to protrude our tight arses and heroic bulges on deep blue nights. Brahms And Liszt, Newport (town centre) 2nd June, is one of these nights. Come and watch the Manic Street Preachers and witness us kickstart the youth into the purist state of ignition ever seen. See the wave crash into Newport and replenish the burnt out adrenalin reserves of a zero generation. Steal a car, Hitch a cloud and motor on down to the beat of the street.

Seany Dee
& Jamie Kat
Blackwood

Notes


This is a letter James & Sean wrote to Impact Magazine, a Cardiff based listings paper, promoting a forthcoming gig at Newport Brahms And Liszt