Thursday, April 17, 2008

He means "not enought Take That"

Gary Barlow doesn't like American radio because it doesn't play enough Take That ("doesn't stimulate him"):

"The radio plays records too much in America. It's monotonous."

He means, I suspect, that they play the same record too often, rather than what he actually said, which would imply he switches on the radio and exclaims "I can't believe it - they're playing a record again. Why can't they just tap things together if they have to broadcast sounds?"


1 comment:

Christopher said...

This is of course compared to British radio, where the only song played for the entirity of Novemebr was "Hey There Delilah"

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