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Hmmm. Taking their cue from the bin man rock of the likes of The Others (Alan McGee is still convinced they are geniuses despite record sales and a critical panning that suggest otherwise), this sounds like the man who sells fruit and veg down Hackney market having been given two hours of studio time as a Christmas present. The B-side, oddly, plays at a different speed which has confused the ...

7" £3.99 INDE200

Ltd yellow vinyl 7\" on Indelabel. Edn of 200 copies.

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Simon D by The Indicators
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4/10 Clinton Staff review, 16 February 2012

Hmmm. Taking their cue from the bin man rock of the likes of The Others (Alan McGee is still convinced they are geniuses despite record sales and a critical panning that suggest otherwise), this sounds like the man who sells fruit and veg down Hackney market having been given two hours of studio time as a Christmas present. The B-side, oddly, plays at a different speed which has confused the hell out of me. It's quite melancholy actually, suggesting the gloom felt after a long hard day on the bins. Vocally its insufferable (sandpaper crossed with screeching cats crossed with Arthur Mullard all simultaneously scraped down a blackboard) and if it gets successful it could be a Northerners nightmare. Imagine venues full of thousands upon thousands of writhing cockneys slurping down jellied eels to this racket. Nice yellow coloured vinyl though  - exactly the same shade as my bathmat.


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