The Cumberland Arms was good enough to let My Attorney use their upstairs room for recording, a snip at twenty quid. We were enlisting the talents of Stuart, formerly of Carter Manoeuvre, to do drumming duties on Kilterhead and Capital City. It was cut and shut, live and full of bleed, but I was really pleased with the sound. It helps when your drummer is a pro, and his kit costs over a grand. Andy and I also discovered the roll-top organ in the corner, which was plugged in and played extensively. During the sessions we ate six Cream Eggs.