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This programme looks like it could be superb. Very good cast and superb music (obvs) but can’t help thinking this will just cement the view of the general public that PSB “are that gay band innit”.
is is and isnt isnt
I’m not sure we can assume even It’s A Sin will be in the programme simply because it’s in the trailer and inspires the title. The 2020 Steve Coogan film Greed used It’s A Sin in the trailer but it’s not in the film or on the soundtrack.
Thanks for responding. I meant more between '87-'89, whether there was much murmuring and if Neil got annoyed about it etc.Marie loves PSB wrote: ↑Wed 13 Jan 2021, 6:18 pmOakeyDokey My memory is really bad but, I am sure Neil "came out" when it was his 40th Birthday. Neil was on the front on Attitude magazine (the iconic grey photograph that I have luckily got on my wall) and I am sure he did a radio interview about it as well. Can anyone else correct me?OakeyDokey wrote: ↑Wed 13 Jan 2021, 1:18 am Apologies if it's been covered before but during their imperial phase, was there a lot of press speculation about Neil (or Chris) re "Is he?/Isn't he?" and if so, is he on record about how he felt about it?
Sorry, I was 3 or 4, I wasn't paying much attention.
Right, that's it. I was wondering where this strange déjà vu of hearing It's a sin in a modern film trailer comes from.
Unless they are actually using it in the soundtrack, we observe a new trend of using It's a sin just for trailers
Historically, a large proportion of PSB admirers have been admiring them for anything but this specific facet of their occupation. But they themselves seem to have been consciously making it more and more prominent on them over the last decade. Well, it is probably well-calculated: old fanbase will not stop buying, and in terms of getting new one it makes perfect sense to bid on the new global trends and f*** those who don't like them.
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