Neil McCormick, a friend of U2 in their earliest days, who, as a writer, has closely monitored their progress since then, analyses Eamon Dunphy's much-touted 'authorised' biography "Unforgettable Fire" — and can't quite believe what he reads. In Autumnmy younger brother Ivan, then a 2nd year pupil in Mount Temple Comprehensive School, was the proud possessor of a Teisco Strat copy electric guitar. He was asked by Peter Martin, a pupil from the year ahead, to bring his guitar along to a meeting in Peter's friend Larry Mullen's house.
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The song is notable for the frequency of its expletives. The success of the single and the controversial nature of its lyrics prompted production of an answer song" F. The only way I was associated with it was when I was asked for licensing permission by Frankee's representatives, which makes me a writer on her song by copyright law.
With its spare melody and stripped-down production — not to mention its profanity-laced dismissal of a two-timing lover — the song stood out immediately, and blew up request lines nationwide. When the debut dropped, it further showcased Eamon's strident lyricism and streetwise, doo wop-inspired vocals. Vintage rapper Milk Dee guested on two tracks.
She grew up with her parents, Matthew and Francine, and her two siblings, elder brother Matthew Jr. Frankee's upbringing in Staten Island consisted of singing in her church choir, while she attended Bernstein Intermediate School and St. Joseph-by-the-Sea High School.
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Foul language and misogynistic lyrics is nothing new to hip-hop, but Eamon somehow manages to take it all to a whole new extreme. Raised in New York City, Eamon first developed an interest in music via his father, who sang with a doo-wop group on the side, and would let his young son sometimes sit in and vocalise. Soon afterwards, Eamon became interested in rap and it did not take long for him to start work with other musicians on projects that did not always reflect hip-hop interests namely, a Hanson like pop group that he briefly found himself a member of.