Face it, if Kevin Shields dad wasn't some rich businessman, this album would have been never recorded for the roughly 250k gbp of the time (or 1 mil USD today).
>Shields said that most of the money claimed to have been spent on the album was simply "money to live on" over three years, with the album itself only costing "a few thousand". He also claimed that the album represented only four months work over two years. Shields later said that most of the money spent was the band's own money, and that "Creation probably spent fifteen to twenty thousand pounds of their own money on it, and that's it. They never showed us any accounts, and then they got bought out by Sony."
>tfw we can now potentially record music of equal caliber to mbv in our bedrooms for pennies thanks to technology while it took a million dollars to record vacuum cleaners and kazoos in 1991
And Leona Lewis?
Woah anon, don't miss this $3 million "masterpiece"