We Don't Serve Your Kind 'Ere: The real autobiography of Nick Animal Culmer

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We Don't Serve Your Kind 'Ere: The real autobiography of Nick Animal Culmer

We Don't Serve Your Kind 'Ere: The real autobiography of Nick Animal Culmer

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But because we were so fucking far up our own arseholes, we would bring in all types of orchestras and backing singers and choirs and all this fucking bollocks. This year’s second headliners are clockwork punks The Adicts, from Ipswich, who haven’t played the all-dayer in quite a few years. The band said on their official Facebook page: “Animal’s voice isn’t at 100%, but he/we as a band, feel confident things will be fine. Read more about the condition New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages.

Unfortunately, because I sung the song, ‘I’m an Animal’ – and got me into trouble, that one – ‘Animal’ sort of stuck and I didn’t like it, but I couldn’t do much about it really. His replacement was Dave Hazlewood (Nato), from the small Kent town of Cranbrook, who had filled in before on tours. It’s just Nick in my book, and you’ll read in there that I really didn’t like ‘Animal’, right from the first. Don’t know the reason for this cowardly attack but God, back in the early 80’s in my old town you had to watch your back looking a bit different as this kind of thing was commonplace. Lemmy and I fell out because we – it’s in the book – but in the mid-‘80s, when punk music got sort of stale and Lemmy was still doing Motorhead, we went out, and he looked at me and said, ‘what the fuck’s happened to the Anti-Nowhere League, you’ve all gone fucking pansies or something.

Certainly when you get later on in life, you think, ‘fuck me, that was what it was all about,’ – I think it’s a good vehicle for that.

I think if I put the book out a few years ago, it wouldn’t be a problem, but now they’re a bit scared. And in my book it says that I should’ve took his advice, that he was right, I just fell out with him [over it].

Once you get in a band and start playing the local venues, [then] it just keeps them off the streets. I think everybody should just wait to read the first bits of it to see whether it’s too hot to handle. Expect a set full of hard-hitting, heart-on-the-sleeve anthems like Looking For Glory, No Regrets and One More Drink from the four-piece, who include Cock Sparrer’s Daryl Smith on guitar. After touring Germany and the Netherlands in early May 2010, the band and Johhny Skullknuckles parted company and Tommy H (Tom Hunt) was drafted in on guitar.

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