HEAD LIKE A HOLE, INTERVIEWED (1994): The serious business of not being serious

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HEAD LIKE A HOLE, INTERVIEWED (1994): The serious business of not being serious

When there is time, Elsewhere will be sourcing a rich vein of its archival material which was published in various places during the Eighties and Nineties which are not available on-line.

These will most often be reproduced as they appeared in print. Some may be a little fuzzy in the reproduction but we think the story or interview are worth it for researchers or fans.

Best read on a desktop or iPad than a phone.

This interview with the notorious Head Like a Hole (HLAH), who are still occasionally doing it 30 years on.

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