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6/10 Jack Customer review, 4th February 2018
On their sophomore album Kicks, 1990s return to writing punky pop songs that are often times silly and sarcastic and carry this pseudo "Berlin" vibe. Those looking for any profound meaning in these songs are definitely in the wrong place. The last third of the album goes through some weird transitions and references. "The Box" is reminiscent of Iggy Pop's 70's output, while closers "The Kids" and "Sparks" would easily fit on a Joe Jackson album. A slightly schizophrenic listening experience because it doesn't seem to logically progress to me.
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