[LINKED] BBC: Phil Collins brings out his inner (Crash) Bandicoot in an Interview


Image courtesy of BBC News

Image courtesy of BBC News

So a few days ago, a singer/musician/composer by the name of Phil Collins, known for his scores on Tarzan and Brother Bear, has been interviewed by Mark Savage of BBC News to talk about a slew of things about his career and what he’s up to, including his passion and love for Crash Bandicoot, here’s the relevant quote from the article:

Collins is so amiable and down-to-earth (he spends a good couple of minutes explaining cheats for the PlayStation game Crash Bandicoot) that it’s easy to forget how successful he was in the 1980s and 90s.

Also, it seems that Phil/Mark just don’t know exactly when Crash Bandicoot first debuted..

Source: BBC News (Interview)

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One thought on “[LINKED] BBC: Phil Collins brings out his inner (Crash) Bandicoot in an Interview

  1. Coming back to this article, I think by 1980s, it’s referring to Phil Collins himself and not Crash Bandicoot. If you took down the sentence in the parentheses, it goes like this:

    Collins is so amiable and down-to-earth that it’s easy to forget how successful he was in the 1980s and 90s.

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