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Christmas comes but most of the year. Here it is already like a train hurtling towards you down a darkened tunnel - tinsel, baubles, photocopier 'incidents' at work. And of course the record industry responds as it has done for the last few years not with gems from chart toppers like Wham's unsurpassable 'Last Christmas' but a host of middling indie stars attempting to re-create the blueprint of Low's perma-selling 'Christmas EP' with hopes to rake it in each year Holder-like. First off the block are She and Him with an old fashioned romp through the great and the good of Christmas past. All the classics are there again - 'Rocking around the Christmas Tree' (more mournful than the Mel Smith and Kim Wilde version), 'Baby It's Cold Outside', 'Blue Christmas', etc, etc, etc. It's in your Cowboy Junkies, stripped back reverbed guitar and haunting lady vocals conveyor belt and will probably sound beautiful on Christmas eve in front of an open fire when snow is glistening down the back lane but in October it sounds a little macabre.
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