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There was a time when you'd be forgiven for getting Milky Wimpshake muddled up with about a dozen bands treading the toilet boards of Blighted Blighty but these days, the old school is largely ignored in favour of trendy mullets & techno savvy dayglo twats. Milky Wimpshake don't care if they're a bit crap and that the singer can't sing. His tuneless, ambling voice is the most honest thing I've ...

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One Good Use For My Heart EP by Milky Wimpshake
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 09 October 2008
There was a time when you'd be forgiven for getting Milky Wimpshake muddled up with about a dozen bands treading the toilet boards of Blighted Blighty but these days, the old school is largely ignored in favour of trendy mullets & techno savvy dayglo twats. Milky Wimpshake don't care if they're a bit crap and that the singer can't sing. His tuneless, ambling voice is the most honest thing I've heard this week. It makes me think of the Housemartins does this music. But a bit more shambling and erm.....crap. I've seen them live about 4 times and they are really quite charming in their nonchalence, I think it's great that Fortuna Pop are keeping these Peel endorsed flagbearers in a record deal because when it all gets a bit high tech & soulless, folks will yearn for wonky, floppy grooves with deadpan vocals such as this four tracker called 'One Good Use For My Heart'. 7" only.

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