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Damaged Goods are taking care of the third Butcher Boy album with 'Imperial' being a taster single of what's to come. It's classic Butcher Boy indie pop fare that in no way offends and, to an extent, impresses with its straightforward pop/rock template. Spiced up with a cheeky string arrangement, 'Imperial' almost reminds me of early Pinback with its motorik guitar line and the engulfing warmt ...

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Imperial by Butcher Boy
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6/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 01 September 2011

Damaged Goods are taking care of the third Butcher Boy album with 'Imperial' being a taster single of what's to come. It's classic Butcher Boy indie pop fare that in no way offends and, to an extent, impresses with its straightforward pop/rock template. Spiced up with a cheeky string arrangement, 'Imperial' almost reminds me of early Pinback with its motorik guitar line and the engulfing warmth of the vocal. Flip it and you get 'Juicy Fruit', an acoustic guitar led throwaway pop effort that overlaps the worlds of Belle And Sebastian and Canterbury folk with surprising ease. Chuck in a tasteful synth solo and you got yourself a classic not-overshadowing-the-a-side-but-still-decent b-side.


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