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Here is the solo release of Hunx (Hunx & The Punx fame) on the Hardly Art label. I can't remember much about the last album aside from the fact that I wasn't mad keen on it. On this album Hunx (Seth Bogart) played all the instruments except the drums which he had to draft some other dude in to play for him. Bless.... Here Hunx throws some indie pop/ punk musings right at ya with a 50's twang. All the songs are less than 3 minutes long and despite me thinking it was gonna be a bit pants I'm being proved wrong as some of the songs are sticking in my head after 1 listen (nice work!). 'Private Room' is a catchy number which ain't leaving my head. God damn it! It's weirdly camp as well. Not that being camp is wierd... it is in fact weirdly camp (ie not straight up camp). Don't think I'm doing a great job of explaining myself! It's also got a nostalgic feel which comes apparent on tracks like Do You Remember Being A Roller with it's slight glammy feel as it pays homage to the 1st band to put their faces on young girls pants.... The Bay City Rollers. 10 tracks of catchy wonky slacker pop tunes to gently ease you into fact that summer is around the corner.
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