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Looking at the cover I thought this 7" was a solo effort, but I've just put it on and it would appear Thomas J Speight is actually a six-piece band and writing duties are shared between the eponymous Speight and Michael Halls. 'Just Where I Want To Be' is a slice of Tom Petty-worshipping soft rock with a big call-and-response chorus and a Mumford & Sons "ah-ah-ahhh" build up. It's pretty much ...

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Just Where I Want To Be by Thomas J Speight
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5/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 20 February 2014

Looking at the cover I thought this 7" was a solo effort, but I've just put it on and it would appear Thomas J Speight is actually a six-piece band and writing duties are shared between the eponymous Speight and Michael Halls. 'Just Where I Want To Be' is a slice of Tom Petty-worshipping soft rock with a big call-and-response chorus and a Mumford & Sons "ah-ah-ahhh" build up. It's pretty much exactly the kind of thing I don't enjoy listening to.

'Never Loved You More' is on the other side. I'm glad you're just where you want to be and you've never been more in love, Tom, I really am, but just can't get behind your anonymously self-aggrandising pop-rock platitudes. Of course I was saying this kind of thing about the Kaiser Chiefs and Jake Bugg and Mumford & Sons too so this band will probably be huge anyway. I've already lost.


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