|When you're in an audience of one.|
I recall being disappointed by this record at the time of it's release, not enough clever, catchy songs or angry guitar work. Too subdued and almost painfully wistful and political, but I always liked this lyrical segment though I wasn't sure why. Farmers Markets were not a thing in Scotland, we just had the Co-op, pissin' into the wind however was fairly common.
|I used to look at this cover and think "those dumb boots just don't look right there". They could hardly look right on the left of the frame.|