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1 review »Yes yes yes! These Young widows split series 7"'s are really living up to their promise with the second installment kicking even more ass than the first. This time around Young Widows are accompanied by the mighty Melt-Banana who are on the finest of form. I reckon they've mellowed out a little over the years but they still know how to craft a fine punk rock single (a rare t'ing these days). ... »

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9/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 15 May 2009
Yes yes yes! These Young widows split series 7"'s are really living up to their promise with the second installment kicking even more ass than the first. This time around Young Widows are accompanied by the mighty Melt-Banana who are on the finest of form. I reckon they've mellowed out a little over the years but they still know how to craft a fine punk rock single (a rare t'ing these days). 'Pain in Ash' begins with a strange arpeggiated electronic space loop in the vein of 'We won't get fooled again' by The Who that is eventually pummeled into the background by the familiar onslaught of scratchy guitars, pounding drums and relentless vocal yelps. They are certainly not as heavy as they used to be but they've compensated with improved songwriting ability. Brett thinks this is their best single in a long time and there is much nodding and agreement around the office. 'Long live the new weight' also sees young widows on fine form rocking a hypnotic jesus Lizard-esq bass and drum groove and sounding like the toughest garage rockers on the block. The recording is well filthy and the bass line sounds fucking RAD!!! This is kinda old school greasy Touch and Go stuff that i welcome with open arms and embrace like a long lost brother.

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