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Pifco's latest album is quite the winner. Every song is a colouful, driving affair with soupcon of humour and a smattering of angst. It's mostly about "inter-scene politics" but deciphering the lyrical content is akin to forcing a pig into a sock. Guitarist Ste's urgent vocals sit nicely against Mary's thumping drums and erstwhile Quack Quack drummer Moz's melodic keyboard lines. They dash relentl ...

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9/10 Dave Staff review, 29 July 2010

Pifco's latest album is quite the winner. Every song is a colouful, driving affair with soupcon of humour and a smattering of angst. It's mostly about "inter-scene politics" but deciphering the lyrical content is akin to forcing a pig into a sock. Guitarist Ste's urgent vocals sit nicely against Mary's thumping drums and erstwhile Quack Quack drummer Moz's melodic keyboard lines. They dash relentlessly along the veritable autobahn of their songs, not stopping even for sandwich or a toilet break. Some of the tunes on this sweet piece of Pifco pie are in my opinion amongst the best they've ever written. Really direct, with no layers of bourgeois fat to weigh them down. It has potential pop hits plastered all over it. It sounds great, Ben G's production is as tight as AC Milan's back four, circa 1993 and it really compliments the muzak. I mean music. My favourite cut (after my meagre one sodding listen) at the moment is track two, "An Argument" - it's like the Fall playing Nintendo....after consuming loads of coffee laced with speed. Totally worth a purchase I reckon.


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