The Press Article
The Best Of The Best '97
FROM IN IT FOR THE MONEY (PARLOPHONE)
Imagine: Gaz Coombes, alone in the studio, strumming. Thinking Keith Richards. Suddenly, words start tumbling out: "It's schooldays, a mad party, that noise hits you when you walk in the room." Moments later, it's a song. It's put the easy in peasy. But beware hidden depths: Coombes claims that "a midget walks in halfway through, David Lynch-style", while drummer Danny Goffey suggests the crunch comes "when you go back to pick up your jumper the next day". Strange.
Q - January 1998