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Lo-fi pop/rock shenanigans from the man who is the twee face of that band The Fresh & Only's. You know, The Fresh & Only's, they almost signed to Pickwick Records in '78. They had that hit (which went to number 8 in Latvia) called Peaches & Cream (hey nonny nonny), which I think if my memory serves me correctly was packaged in a tablecloth and came with a vial of tears cried by Bobby W ...

Vinyl Double 7" £5.49 CT096

2x7" in poster sleeve on Captured Tracks.

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Bad Blood by Tim Cohen
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6/10 Dave Staff review, 24 February 2011

Lo-fi pop/rock shenanigans from the man who is the twee face of that band The Fresh & Only's. You know, The Fresh & Only's, they almost signed to Pickwick Records in '78. They had that hit (which went to number 8 in Latvia) called Peaches & Cream (hey nonny nonny), which I think if my memory serves me correctly was packaged in a tablecloth and came with a vial of tears cried by Bobby Wratten. Tim Cohen's Magic Trick (or the 'Gic) are also hoping to make it big in Latvia this year and with this eight track double 7" I reckon they will be making indie types weep all the way up Strelnieku Street. It sounds like (or reminds me ) of sweet as apple pie 60s garage pop. There's girl/boy call and response type vocals and enough saccharine to make Steven Spielberg cry his little arse off...and just like John Terry it comes without remorse, in a tidy package. It's pretty sweet this record and I reckon if you like tea cups and cakes and stuff like that then this little blighter should be in your collection.


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