Well, the track was now finally taking shape with all parts written and Würzel was experimenting on different solo ideas but drums were needed to really test out the track before recording took place, so enter Steve Clarke Ex Fastway drummer who was asked to join the band and rehearsals followed working on the tracks that Würzel and Tim had written. Steve added his own unique style to the tracks and a recording session was booked in Saffron Walden, England,to record 3 tracks which were People say I’m Crazy, Punch and Geordie and Paradise turned into Dust ( which was still referred to as ZZ Jam at this stage as we didn’t have a title). So, with Adrian Inwood engineering,the trio started to record these songs and give the local neighbours a real treat with the volume. Würzel had just taken delivery of a new stack and two 100 watt valve heads supplied by Diamond Amplication, which was so loud that even Würzel was impressed with the sheer power.
With the tracks now recorded it was time to get something to Lemmy and a cd was delivered to him at a Motörhead show in London by Würzel and Tim, before Würz got up to play “ Ace of Spades” with the band. The accompanying picture was taken at the after show party and was the last time that Lemmy and Würzel ever saw each other.