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Ink drawing of Alan Hazard having one of his episodes

VIII: Hazardous

In which we hear the innermost thoughts of the world's most important person.

By Frederick O'Brien

Ink drawing of Thenmayne III

VII: The Dealer Man Can

In which Bas replenishes his supply of nectar.

By Frederick O'Brien

Ink drawing of two men in the front seat of a minibus

VI: What’s in a Name

In which an astonishing lack of imagination is shown by the band, the manager, and the author.

By Frederick O'Brien

Ink drawing of a ratty old van in a ratty old car park

V: The Van

In which Soviet manufacturing holds up surprisingly well.

By Frederick O'Brien

Ink drawing of a contract drawn on a pub napkin

IV: Good as Gould

In which the band members sign away their children’s inheritances. And their grandchildren’s.

By Frederick O'Brien

Ink drawing of a metronome hanging in the air

III: 4, 1, 2, 3, 4…

In which the value of a rhythm section quickly becomes clear.

By Frederick O'Brien

Ink drawing of a stoned silly guitarist called Bas

II: Bas

In which a second guitarist is sourced at a local car park.

By Frederick O'Brien

Ink drawing of an upside down sunrise

I: Genesis

In the beginning there was Alan Hazard and Ray O. Sunshine. These were their real names.

By Frederick O'Brien