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1 review | Nobody has said they love this record yet: be the 1st! British Whale then....Aside from it sounding like a horrendous new wave of british heavy metal band name it's Justin (Steven) Hawkins from The Darkness covering a Sparks song. Which some of you may find utterly sacrilegious. Me... I've never really heard much Sparks but I have a feeling I'd want to punch Hawkins if I was a fan. This is early Queen style operatic metal with a huge nod towards ... »

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This Town Ain't Big Enough For The Both Of Us by British Whale (The Darkness)
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Nobody loves this record. Be the 1st!
6/10 Phil Staff review, 28 November 2006
British Whale then....Aside from it sounding like a horrendous new wave of british heavy metal band name it's Justin (Steven) Hawkins from The Darkness covering a Sparks song. Which some of you may find utterly sacrilegious. Me... I've never really heard much Sparks but I have a feeling I'd want to punch Hawkins if I was a fan. This is early Queen style operatic metal with a huge nod towards pop. I think it's something to do with some forthcoming film/ series about darts? I'm not really that interested in darts. The danger element when yr drunk and throwing darts around at your friends is fun but making a living out of it? lunacy.... The B side is utterly hilarious 80's style synth pop metal and sounds like it should have been used in Team America World Police (go and see it cos it's hilarious...). Now there's an excuse to make another Team America film. Possibly the only good thing about this record.

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