NP: I AM NEON PHOSPHOR.
NP: FIRST OF ALL, CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR GRADUATION.
MW: yeah, thanks
NP: WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM THE BAND THIS SUMMER? I HEAR MAYBE THERE WILL BE NEW SONGS AND EVEN LIVE SHOWS.
MW: probably neither, since we'll be in different counties and countries. a few songs may slip through, though
NP: IS ROCK DEAD?
MW: i hope not, but it's not running around like a bandit these days
NP: RADIOHEAD ARE PLAYING IN CALIFORNIA SOON. ARE YOU GOING TO SEE THEM?
MW: no way. they're still around?
NP: A NEW ALBUM COMING OUT SOON. YOU USED TO BE A BIG FAN, WERE YOU NOT?
MW: yeah, i did use to like them. i'd rather see al green these days, though. any idea what these guys new album sounds like? robots shitting into tin cans or something?
NP: IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE DIFFERENT BECAUSE THEY SPLIT FROM THEIR LONGTIME PRODUCER SINCE THE BENDS.
MW: you mean nigel?
MW: that's rough. why'd they do that?
NP: THEY SAID NIGEL BECAME TOO MUCH OF A FRIEND WITH THE BAND, AND THAT THEY WANTED SOMEONE WHO WOULDN'T JUST LET THEM FOOL AROUND AND GET AWAY WITH IT.
MW: hmm, that's pretty admirable
NP: NIGEL PRODUCED THOM YORKE'S NEW SOLO ALBUM, THOUGH.
MW: that guy's doing solo albums? man, did he not have enough leeway with the band?
NP: APPARENTLY NOT. BUT GETTING BACK TO THE INTERVIEW, IF YOU COULD HAVE YOUR NEXT ALBUM PRODUCED BY ANYBODY, WHO WOULD IT BE?
MW: steven chow
NP: I MEAN, NOT IN THE BAND
MW: probably spector. though i've been guiltily enjoying "telstar," so maybe joe meek
NP: IS IT TRUE THAT PHIL SPECTOR OWNS A VIDEOTAPE OF YOU PLAYING GUITAR?
MW: i like to think so. there're facts to back that up, but who knows these days