In an interview with NME, Shaun Ryder discussed his next solo album, recording new stuff with the Mondays and fellow Manc legends The Stone Roses.
Ryder told NME he has recorded and agreed a deal for a solo album, produced by Quincy Jones’ grandson Sunny Levine. This will be his second solo album since the release of Amateur Nght in the Big Top (2003). Ryder also admitted that the original Mondays line-up are edging towards recording their first album since 1992’s.
Shaun Ryder said: ‘Yes Please!’. “I’ll get a Mondays album out one day,” he says. “We’ve done some recording recently for the first time since we split up and it was relatively easy.”
Regarding Madchester friends, The Stone Roses, and whether they have made any progress on their comeback album, Ryder said: “I’ve heard nowt,” he says. “But I’m sure they’ll do more shows. Oh yeah! Once you’ve got a taste of money, you want more.”
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