Bryan Ferry (or Byron Ferrari: Prince Of Sleaze) on the cover of New Musical Express (January 19, 1974)"We despised the record industry, gave not even two hoots for the sensitivities of our publisher or the profits of their shareholders, and relentlessly satirised even favourite musicians like Bryan Ferry - whose ludicrous clothes and fragile ego inspired us to seek endlessly for new ways to misspell his name. The most memorable included Brain Fury, Biriyani Ferret, Byron Ferrari, Brown Furry and Brawn Fairy. Taking the piss out of the stars verged on lèse-majesté, if not outright sacrilege.” - Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express journalist

Bryan Ferry (or Byron Ferrari: Prince Of Sleaze) on the cover of New Musical Express (January 19, 1974)

"We despised the record industry, gave not even two hoots for the sensitivities of our publisher or the profits of their shareholders, and relentlessly satirised even favourite musicians like Bryan Ferry - whose ludicrous clothes and fragile ego inspired us to seek endlessly for new ways to misspell his name. The most memorable included Brain Fury, Biriyani Ferret, Byron Ferrari, Brown Furry and Brawn Fairy. Taking the piss out of the stars verged on lèse-majesté, if not outright sacrilege.” - Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express journalist