THE WILDHEARTS' Ginger: "Reunion Of Original Line-Up Was A Mistake"

January 1, 2002

According to a posting by THE WILDHEARTS mainman Ginger, “the biggest mistake of the year was to reform THE WILDHEARTS' original line-up and think it would be any less disastrous than the time before. What a colossal, and what a treat for the voyeurs out there. SEE a man fall asleep in front of your very eyes. HEAR the band play the songs you love in different keys to each other. WITNESS a band dead set on reviving the dormant spirit of UK rock 'n' roll, only to succumb to inter-band fighting and latching onto the oldest cliché in the book... drugs. THE WILDHEARTS will work again next year, as the fans are second to none and the money's good. But don't expect the old line-up unless you get off on seeing things fail spectacularly.”

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