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Dos Pints, Mis Amigos

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[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Phoenix-FM-interview-with-Graham-Crabb-from-Pop-Will-Eat-Itself-Paul-10-08-2011.mp3|titles=Phoenix FM interview with Graham Crabb from PWEI – 10 Aug 2011]

Cult 90s band POP WILL EAT ITSELF are back with a new album, new tour and new line up put together by band mainstay/songwriter/vocalist Graham Crabb.

The band enjoyed success and numerous changes of style during 1986 to 1996 which saw them chalk up ten top 40 singles – including the top-ten-bothering Get The Girl! Kill The Baddies! – and four top 40 albums. The band got together for a fully sold-out Reformation tour in January 2005.

I met up with Graham in a Kent pub this week to talk about what he’s been doing since then, why the new line-up got together and plans for the future.

If you want to find out what the band are up to you can visit their official website, Facebook or Twitter.

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Dos Pints, Mis Amigos

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[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Phoenix-FM-interview-with-Graham-Crabb-from-Pop-Will-Eat-Itself-Paul-10-08-2011.mp3|titles=Phoenix FM interview with Graham Crabb from PWEI – 10 Aug 2011]

Cult 90s band POP WILL EAT ITSELF are back with a new album, new tour and new line up put together by band mainstay/songwriter/vocalist Graham Crabb.

The band enjoyed success and numerous changes of style during 1986 to 1996 which saw them chalk up ten top 40 singles – including the top-ten-bothering Get The Girl! Kill The Baddies! – and four top 40 albums. The band got together for a fully sold-out Reformation tour in January 2005.

I met up with Graham in a Kent pub this week to talk about what he’s been doing since then, why the new line-up got together and plans for the future.

If you want to find out what the band are up to you can visit their official website, Facebook or Twitter.

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Dos Pints, Mis Amigos

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[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Phoenix-FM-interview-with-Graham-Crabb-from-Pop-Will-Eat-Itself-Paul-10-08-2011.mp3|titles=Phoenix FM interview with Graham Crabb from PWEI – 10 Aug 2011]

Cult 90s band POP WILL EAT ITSELF are back with a new album, new tour and new line up put together by band mainstay/songwriter/vocalist Graham Crabb.

The band enjoyed success and numerous changes of style during 1986 to 1996 which saw them chalk up ten top 40 singles – including the top-ten-bothering Get The Girl! Kill The Baddies! – and four top 40 albums. The band got together for a fully sold-out Reformation tour in January 2005.

I met up with Graham in a Kent pub this week to talk about what he’s been doing since then, why the new line-up got together and plans for the future.

If you want to find out what the band are up to you can visit their official website, Facebook or Twitter.

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Dos Pints, Mis Amigos

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[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Phoenix-FM-interview-with-Graham-Crabb-from-Pop-Will-Eat-Itself-Paul-10-08-2011.mp3|titles=Phoenix FM interview with Graham Crabb from PWEI – 10 Aug 2011]

Cult 90s band POP WILL EAT ITSELF are back with a new album, new tour and new line up put together by band mainstay/songwriter/vocalist Graham Crabb.

The band enjoyed success and numerous changes of style during 1986 to 1996 which saw them chalk up ten top 40 singles – including the top-ten-bothering Get The Girl! Kill The Baddies! – and four top 40 albums. The band got together for a fully sold-out Reformation tour in January 2005.

I met up with Graham in a Kent pub this week to talk about what he’s been doing since then, why the new line-up got together and plans for the future.

If you want to find out what the band are up to you can visit their official website, Facebook or Twitter.

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