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1 review »Fortuna Pop are massively in my bad books after this weeks Darren Hayman catastrophe but thanks to the talents of Cinema Red and Blue they partially make up for it with this fabbo disc of 60's inspired beat pop.  Its no surprise that this is a collaboration between Comet Gain man David Feck (is that really his name?) and members of Crystal Stilts.  It's an eerie blast of 60's garag ... »

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  • FPOP124-10 / Ltd black & white marble 10" on Fortuna Pop! Feat. Comet Gain/Crystal Stilts members

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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 04 November 2011

Fortuna Pop are massively in my bad books after this weeks Darren Hayman catastrophe but thanks to the talents of Cinema Red and Blue they partially make up for it with this fabbo disc of 60's inspired beat pop.  Its no surprise that this is a collaboration between Comet Gain man David Feck (is that really his name?) and members of Crystal Stilts.  It's an eerie blast of 60's garage pop with nods towards (early) Love and Thirteenth Floor Elevators. Opener 'Walking to the Cemetery' blasts in sitting somewhere between The Stones 'Getting Off of My Cloud' and the Mysterions '96 Tears'. The other tracks are no slouches either even when mellowing out on 'As Pure as the Freshly Driven Snow' they retain an intensity and an authenticity that would make Brian Jonestown Massacre weep.


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