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I saw Tilly and the Wall live once and I laughed all the way through, not that they were rubbish or anything - it was laughter of joy in that it was wonderful to see a tap dancer on stage. I want to like this new single called 'Beat Control' but on first listen- I don't really like it. Gone are the Bright Eyes-isms - good. But thats been replaced by a more commercial sheen. Its catchy and joyful b ...

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Beat Control by Tilly & The Wall
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6/10 Clinton Staff review, 02 October 2008
I saw Tilly and the Wall live once and I laughed all the way through, not that they were rubbish or anything - it was laughter of joy in that it was wonderful to see a tap dancer on stage. I want to like this new single called 'Beat Control' but on first listen- I don't really like it. Gone are the Bright Eyes-isms - good. But thats been replaced by a more commercial sheen. Its catchy and joyful but unfortunately it could be anyone. I was wondering where tap dancing would fit into this tune and the simple answer is that it doesn't. But the second song does start with a tap dancing solo before launching into a much more likeable tune -even the bloke gets a go at singing half way through. They do sound an awful lot like the Go! Team. I wish the B-side was the A-side and the A-side was the B-side but I can wish all I like and it won't happen.

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