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I liked Germany; I'm not into Berlin, it's too huge and empty and imposing, but Munich was good.
It's mostly Mars Bars and peanuts and cheese and you go to the fridge and there's Red Bull and Beer. It's not like people are holding me down and pouring beer in my face.
When Blur first started and we were playing Manchester the Hacienda was the place to go. That was where a lot of exciting stuff was happening and London was pretty dead.
There are a lot of people who can do it on the guitar and sing at the same time, but I think what is harder is bass players that can play the bass and sing.
I suppose my little Martin acoustic guitar is quickly becoming a prize possession. It's a lovely guitar. I bought it at the Cambridge Folk Festival in 2001 before I had cleaned up.
My hobby is my job. it's a jobby!
I think it's better if blokes can admit that they can have crushes on other blokes. I've probably had crushes but never really sexual crushes on men.
Most of America don't even listen to music probably. They just go raccoon hunting or something.
I think a lot of cynicism has dropped away from my shoulders since I stopped drinking.
I've always looked at shoes as being immensely beautiful things.
Jack Daniels makes us all puke.
It's the faster bands that made me want to play guitar, bands like The Jam.
A singer for me is more like someone who is standing alone with a microphone like Scott Walker, rather than someone who is bashing a plank and is spitting all over a microphone.
It's a bit loose and the people in my group have got other groups. They don't have to have a total allegiance to me. I think that's really a bit weird and showing some weird insecurity.
I'm a bit of lunatic with shoes and jackets and jeans. It's just how I am.
I'm still amazed by the process of recording.
Being a singer now I have to get all fussy... I must have my ginger and lemon and all that.
I think now, more than anytime I can remember, bands are sounding pretty similar whether they're English or American, from Manchester or London... or Leeds or Welsh or Irish.
Like, Mission Of Burma to me always sounded almost like they were part of the British Arty New Wave. I kind of like that. I like not being able to tell the difference.
It was quite nice meeting up because we went through a lot together and we haven't really seen each much other to communicate one to one for quite a long time.
It is ridiculous that I have so many shoes I don't wear. I worry that they're sitting there, being sad.
Manchester has it's own pride and London has it's sort of pride and sometimes we can be a bit mean to each other, but I think if we dig the music we can get on really well.
There's a focus that hasn't been there for ages and ages and some American bands are sounding quite English like they did in the late 70s and early 80s.
You know Manchester is always a bit of a hard place for people coming from London, just with all the history. Manchester has this immensely huge and healthy history musically.
It's the clothes that influence the music I'm going to play.
I don't think of myself as a singer really.
I think of someone like Mariah Carey as a singer.
I love the magic of the studio.