Joe Insane by Total Blam Blam
Joe is awful strong, bet your life he's putting us on...
As you know, the 'Cybernauts Live', album that we mentioned as far back as November last year (11/21/00 NEWS: CYBERNAUTS ARE COMING and 01/16/01 NEWS: CYBERNAUTS LIVE CD OUT NOW) is now available to buy online and very good it is too. I had the good fortune to catch Joe and the boys at both Mick Ronson memorial shows, and I have to say they were easily the best thing on the bill, in both London and Hull.
The 18-track 'Cybernauts Live' (16 of the tracks are Bowie songs) has managed to capture the excitement of the band in full flight. Check it out, even if Def Leppard don't occupy the larger part of your record collection, you will be very pleasantly surprised. As if this wasn't enough to tempt you, a bonus 7-track CD including six Bowie songs and Jimi Hendrix's 'Manic Depression' is included in the bargain price of Ã‚Â£17.99
Joe has now very kindly taken time out of his busy schedule as Def Leppard front-man to chat to me about the impact the music of David Bowie has had on his life and how that fandom reached its logical conclusion with Cybernauts. And so without further ado, I give you The Joe Elliott Interview.