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At a gig Thom introduced this song saying it would be about "sex in the morning. Which is the best time to have it. As long as you've cleaned your teeth beforehand".
Thom and Jonny played an acoustic rendition backstage at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark on july 2nd 1994:
A rough mix of 'Black Star' was included on this august 1994 work-in-progress tape compilation. The handwriting is Thom's. Side A of the cassette appears to contain both finished versions as well as a few rough mixes and also lists some working titles:

Phil: Bit of a watershed during first RAK sessions - recorded in an afternoon, it got our creative juices flowing again.
Ed: This was recorded when John (Leckie) was away for a day - we rehearsed the song for about an hour then recorded it.
Jonny: This was done when John Leckie was at a wedding - there was a real 'teacher's away' larkiness to that day, hence the ace raggedness of the playing.
Colin: Wow! Fave 'heavy' rock number.
Thom: If Harry Niellson were alive today we'd beg him to sing this. He was dead however, so I had to bloody do it. Sober.
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