untitled- Library of Mu
- Library of Mu record:
- Title: untitled
- Date: 13 February, 1988
- Journal: NME
- Author: Public NME
- Type of resource: Gossip
- Status: original
- No. views: 1766
- Description: JAMs changed their name to the Fall because of Fierce Records...King Boy and Rockman among guests at Zodiac Mindwarp's wedding...Rockman was at a Mutoid Waste company charity gig...Disco 2000 announce gig
By Public NME (13 February, 1988, NME)
All of you who enjoy the sort of corny link that might involve spreading
THE JAMMS on your toast might be interested to know that KING BOY D, or
'BAD BOY D' and (sic) THE GUARDIAN called him last week, actually changed the
name of his band recently from THE JUSTIFIED ANCIENTS OF MUMU to THE
FALL to promote the release of The Jamms second LP 'Who Kill The Jamms?'.
Mr Boy D was inspired to make the move after being the victim of FIERCE
RECORDS last scam, However the dapper rapper surprisingly changed his
mind days before the record's release and merely retitled one of the
tracks 'The Prestwich Prophet's Grin' as a tribute to MARK SMITH.
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