Monday, 18 January 2010

The Cribs

The Cribs are an indie band from Wakefield in England, made up of 2 twins, Gary and Ryan Jarman and their younger brother, Ross. Johnny Marr formerly of the Smiths joined them in 2008.

Ryan in particular has always been known for his unacceptable hairstyles.

It looks to us as though he is trying to cover his receding and generally unruly hair with a variety of distraction techniques, including hair straightening and hair dye.

As Gary and Ryan are identical twins, it will be interesting to see whether their baldness progresses at the same rate.

Ironically the oldest member of the group, 46 year old Johnny Marr, has the best hair - assuming it is real of course.

Norwood Ratings : 2


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