In which we hear the innermost thoughts of the world's most important person.
In which Bas replenishes his supply of nectar.
In which an astonishing lack of imagination is shown by the band, the manager, and the author.
In which Soviet manufacturing holds up surprisingly well.
In which the band members sign away their children’s inheritances. And their grandchildren’s.
In which the value of a rhythm section quickly becomes clear.
In which a second guitarist is sourced at a local car park.
In the beginning there was Alan Hazard and Ray O. Sunshine. These were their real names.