Black's Leaning Tower Of Pisa Fantasy

PIXIES frontman FRANK BLACK fantasises about tearing down Italy's Leaning Tower Of Pisa because he loves causing controversy on his travels.

The DEBASER hitmaker - who released his solo album HONEYCOMB earlier this month (AUG05) - has already drawn up plans to topple Pisa's famously crooked landmark.

The 40-year-old singer says, "It would be fun. You could probably do it with a kite string or something, just pop it over.

"Everyone would be outraged."


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