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8/10 Jack Customer review, 14th July 2016
Like many underrated albums, First and Last and Always begins to grow on you after awhile until it eventually draws you fully into its sound. There isn't really a display of major songwriting talent on this album; what seems to save it from falling into a forgettable mid-eighties power-pop nihil are the vocals...The Sisters helped redefine the stereotypical goth pretense that as long as you sounded depressed when you played music it would sound good. However, I wouldn't listen to this album unless you're slightly depressed.
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