Thursday, September 22, 2005

PAUL WELLER REMEMBERS WHAT PEOPLE LIKED HIM FOR

Scientists are alarmed by the discovery of a melting in the permafrost of Paul Weller's heart, for the first time in living memory. His icy wasteland has warmed up to a point where he's started to gingerly play, slightly, in the Jam style again:

"There's so many young bands, in the U.K. at least, where you catch all the references to the Jam," Weller says. "So if anyone's gonna nick a bit, I'm gonna do it! It's a little cheeky reference that puts a smile on my face."

Weller Warming scientists say that it's too early to say if this melting is permanent, but warn unless something is done, the situation could rapidly deteriorate:

"It sounds an almost attractive prospect - cold, damp solo material slowly getting warmer, the odd cover of A Town Called Malice," said one; "However, as the Weller climate becomes more temperate towards back catalogue, there's a real risk that he'll start putting accordians on records again. It really is a serious threat to us all."


3 comments:

Ian Snappish said...

Dammit, I love Style Council-era Paul Weller! Those Jumpers! We may never see their like again!

simon h b said...

Yes, but do you really want to see the 21st century Weller and the 21st century Mick Talbot, shirts off, playing with each other's earlobes?

Ian Snappish said...

Ewww...okay, point made...

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