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I'm kinda sceptical about anything that comes out on the Acid Jazz label. I remember the mid-nineties and it wasn't pleasant....not pleasant at all. Corduroy? James Taylor Quartet? You know what I'm talking about right? Well, i think they've cleaned up their act a bit over the years and now they seem to be selling quite a few rekkids by this band The Moons. Now, I'd be lying if i said I liked this ...

7" £2.99 AJX247S

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Everyday Heroes by The Moons
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6/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 08 October 2010

I'm kinda sceptical about anything that comes out on the Acid Jazz label. I remember the mid-nineties and it wasn't pleasant....not pleasant at all. Corduroy? James Taylor Quartet? You know what I'm talking about right? Well, i think they've cleaned up their act a bit over the years and now they seem to be selling quite a few rekkids by this band The Moons. Now, I'd be lying if i said I liked this but it doe's fall into a sub genre of post Weller mod music that a lot of people are keen on. It reminds me of The Lightning Seeds or Duffy (Stephen Duffy I mean not that one hit wonder lady we we're over exposed to last year) but the coolest thing about it is that the singer sounds like Greg Lake (Emerson, lake and Palmer, King Crimson) in Crimmo crooning mode which I think is amazing (I love K.C)! The B-side is a reliable Beach Boys/Beatles romp that can't help but work. That's all I got to say. The rest is up to you. Galliano anyone?


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