As PiL prepare to play Body & Soul, John Lydon advises Stuart Clark on how to deal with right-wing loonies, derides Björk for her ‘Free Tibet’ stance, denies being a sexist pig, and generally gives exceedingly good quote...
“It’s about 85 degrees here and when I’m finished...
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