Michael Moran is a nice enough chap of middling height who made a number of tolerable, but not remotely successful records in the Eighties and Nineties. Since he learned to spell around the turn of the Century he has written for a variety of newspapers and magazines about films, robots and beards. Michael is part of the world-beating team responsible for Rock and Pop Elevens, and The Encyclopaedia of Guilty Pleasures. Sod Abroad was his first solo project. He is currently assembling a world-shattering exposé of our national psyche which will be completed as soon as he has got his front garden sorted out.