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So I've got another Malcolm Middleton track to review. I'll try and bit more open minded this time around..... Sorry Malcolm. 'Zero' is certainly more dynamic and danceable than previous tracks I've reviewed. Malcolm's vocal and guitar are augmanted with some electronic beats and a some warm synth tones. It's even got a little 80's rap style spoken bit. It's a pretty catchy number overall (even if ...

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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 30 July 2009
So I've got another Malcolm Middleton track to review. I'll try and bit more open minded this time around..... Sorry Malcolm. 'Zero' is certainly more dynamic and danceable than previous tracks I've reviewed. Malcolm's vocal and guitar are augmanted with some electronic beats and a some warm synth tones. It's even got a little 80's rap style spoken bit. It's a pretty catchy number overall (even if it is about bring buried with partner/loved one), certainly helped by the additional instruments and production. 'Bad Stuff's Free' is also augmented with beats, this time in a lo-fi New Order style. I also like the proggy synth folk breakdown that presents itself midway through. Definitely the best of his singles I've heard so far and certainly a departure/development on previous outings.

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