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1 review »Speaking of the upper classes what does La Roux look like on the cover of her new single 'I'm not your Toy'? Kind of like a particularly precocious 6 year old boy with an ice cream coming out of his head. Much different from the long haired child prodigy seen playing piano in mother (The Bill's June Ackland) and father's drawing room in an unearthed photo you can probably find on the internet some ... »

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I'm Not Your Toy by La Roux
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6/10 Clinton Staff review, 24 September 2009
Speaking of the upper classes what does La Roux look like on the cover of her new single 'I'm not your Toy'? Kind of like a particularly precocious 6 year old boy with an ice cream coming out of his head. Much different from the long haired child prodigy seen playing piano in mother (The Bill's June Ackland) and father's drawing room in an unearthed photo you can probably find on the internet somewhere if you look hard enough. She can't sing either bless her, she has though had a run of decent catchy singles that have won even an ageing cynic like me over. The well was always gonna run dry and she's shot her bolt with this new single which demands a super strength ear trumpet to pick out the merest hint of a tune. You also get like a 'cutting edge dub step' remix from ..you know ...down on the streets (though from the sound of it probably not made by a black person). Oh well. There's always the 'difficult' second album to look forward to.

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