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INTERVIEW : Andrew Eldritch in depth on Trump, brexit, the ‘new album’ and himself… My Heartland – excellent forum on The Sisters Of mercy here The Sisters Of Mercy tour Europe in September with the Membranes These are mean and desperate times.
Nov 13, 2016 · Cats, Goths & The Sisters Of Mercy: An Audience With Andrew Eldritch By Paul Elliott ( Classic Rock ) 13 November 2016 Things you learn from an interview with Sisters Of Mercy singer Andrew Eldritch: he loves Swedish pop, dodgy Japanese movies and cricket on the radio.
Andrew Eldritch Interview London 1984 (German TV, November 1984) The video recording is such bad quality that this came out a bit Max Headroom!
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‘Alice’ – the song that more than any other changed Andrew Eldritch’s life - was written in ten minutes while sitting on a sofa. Eldritch recalls that he “didn’t sit down to write an attitude-adjusting single with more ambition [than previous songs] but the success of ‘Alice’ made me have a re-think.
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Mar 20, 2019 · What do you think of this Andrew Eldritch quote about Gang of Four? “I think their heart was never really in it and they thought rock’n’roll was a bit too silly. They were too post-modern and cynical. They couldn’t fully commit to the glorious stupidity which is being in a rock’n’roll band.” I think that's very well put.
Transfered and shared at www.myheartland.co.uk by "VonOben" - many thanks!!You can find the second part of this interview here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
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Jul 22, 2015 · This classic interview by German Alternative Music tv series Offbeat, which was conducted in 1989 prior to the release of Vision Thing, is likely the source for a lot of Andrew Eldritch jokes and pretty much shaped his public persona which remains to this day.
Ben Graham speaks to Andrew Eldritch, who says "Yes to everything that makes us hard." We were somewhere around Bradford on the edge of the moors when the drugs began to take hold. I remember saying something like, “Maybe you should play guitar, we'll get a machine to do the drums, and I'll just concentrate on singing…”