Daniel Miller / Alan Wilder interviewed by me

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Re: Daniel Miller / Alan Wilder interviewed by me

Post by Shreddie » Fri May 29, 2009 4:47 pm

Blue Monster 65 wrote:I don't wanna know how long it's been since the last thing I bought from them ... I can't recall the title, but it had the tan cover
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Re: Daniel Miller / Alan Wilder interviewed by me

Post by mute » Sat May 30, 2009 6:59 pm

Is Richard H. Kirk as egotistical in person as people say he is?

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Re: Daniel Miller / Alan Wilder interviewed by me

Post by Blue Monster 65 » Sun May 31, 2009 3:51 am

Shreddie wrote:
Blue Monster 65 wrote:I don't wanna know how long it's been since the last thing I bought from them ... I can't recall the title, but it had the tan cover
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Yeah! That's it. I think I've still got the vinyl here.

DB - I would enjoy reading the rest of those, if you can find them. Terrific stuff - again, thanks a bunch for sharing!

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Re: Daniel Miller / Alan Wilder interviewed by me

Post by darkbill » Sun May 31, 2009 9:22 am

mute wrote:Is Richard H. Kirk as egotistical in person as people say he is?
Not in my experience, but maybe I got him on a good day. :D

To be fair the point of the interview was a retrospective of his achievements so I guess that would be easy for a rampant egoist.
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