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Ian McCulloch: Mustn’t Grumble

Robert Sandall, Q, March 1992

Ian McCulloch’s commercial appeal may be "more selective" than it was in the glory days of Echo And Bunnymen, but at least he’s found a surer sense of his own identity. "I used to be more Mick Jagger, holdin’ me willy on stage and wearin’ no undies," he informed Robert Sandall. "Now I’m Cary Grant."

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