Mr [b]Happy Monday[/b]s exclusively reveals to [b]nme.com[/b] his change of heart over reformation...

Shaun Ryder has revealed exclusively to nme.com that he has changed his mind over the revisiting the former glories of the Happy Mondays.

"Originally it started out as money pure money," said a partying Shaun Ryder.

"And then it got really interestingIt has become enjoyable..really enjoyable," he said.

Ryder was speaking to nme.com at the launch party for the NME Premier Review last Tuesday (26th) where nme.com interviewed stars at the party and at the premiere beforehand. Click here to see the Shaun Ryder interview

Click here to see Neil Hannon, Tony from Terrorvision and a Regular Fry interviewed by nme.com

Click here to see UNKLE on Ian Brown, Massive Attack, Alan Mcgee, Michael Eavis and more interviewed by nme.com

Watch out for a Happy Mondays exclusive in next week's NME.

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