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What To Say indeed? The new album is a far more muscular & satisfying beast than its predecessor but I feel this single is a bit of a "lamer" compared to some of the delights to be found on the forthcoming 'Say It'. In a kind of negative strategy to the over-hyped Vampire Weekend they've apparently chosen one of the weakest tracks (IMO) as a "leader"! Its a catchy enough, stripped back number ...

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What To Say by Born Ruffians
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6/10 Brian Staff review, 20 May 2010

What To Say indeed? The new album is a far more muscular & satisfying beast than its predecessor but I feel this single is a bit of a "lamer" compared to some of the delights to be found on the forthcoming 'Say It'. In a kind of negative strategy to the over-hyped Vampire Weekend they've apparently chosen one of the weakest tracks (IMO) as a "leader"! Its a catchy enough, stripped back number that features that infuriatingly affected vocal yelp & some mellow bobbing bass amongst the sketchy afro-flecked guitars, the drums tapping along happily but the whole song suffers from this anemic & somewhat uninspiring climax that has me shaking my head in bewilderment. Not a good advertisement for a relatively impressive sophomore album!! Buy that instead....


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