Neil Saint talks with writer and Bauhaus archivist Andrew Brooksbank of his deep affection for the album
‘Never Mind The Bollocks’. What affect did punk have on Andrew? What are his memories of living in the UK at the time of punk? Why doesn’t he regard The Ramones as being a punk band? For him which track is the weakest track on the album? What marks ‘God Save The Queen’ as a classic track? How does he regard John Lydon’s angry vocals? Why was Glenn Matlock so important to the band? What does he think of the album cover art and the name of the album? Why does he love the track ‘New York’?