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Gavin Rossdale, Uncensored: Music + Books: Details

October 13, 2010

 

 

Details: While you were waiting for Bush’s first album to be released in 1994, you worked a string of crappy jobs.

Gavin Rossdale: After we’d finished Sixteen Stone, Hollywood Records told us it had no singles, and no album tracks either. It was just a mess of sound. They dropped Bush before the album even came out. So I did painting jobs in London: I had to paint 12 identical dentists’ offices with this nasty peach color. It was total Kafka. That was crushing. Interscope finally picked us up, and I was still painting dentists’ offices when the album hit.

via Gavin Rossdale, Uncensored: Music + Books: Details.

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