Listen to this track by mysterious Kryptonian-monikered one-man band, Klark Kent (reprinted in some quarters as Klerk Kant to avoid legal entanglements with Warner Brothers, who own DC Comics…). It’s “Don’t Care”, a knocked-off 1978 UK top 40 single, eventually appearing on the 1980 10″, green-vinyl EP recorded quickly and cheaply while another band – the Police – were on a golden track to becoming the world’s biggest stadium draw.
You see, Klark Kent was the pseudonym for Police drummer and founder Stewart Copeland, who wrote all of the songs on this side project EP and played all of the instruments, taking the name to shed the glow of fame while he was doing it.
But, was that all there was to it? Read more