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1 review »Luke Toms then. Not to be confused with your uncle who has the cabin. oh no.... This one is some new chap being hunted by record labels so I'm told. They'll tell you anything to sell records these days. Seriously. next they'll be saying this is actually worth some of the hype and you should buy it. Actually they'd be right!! Bouncy piano led 60's style tomsfoolery. It's all over the place wit ... »

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Fools With Money by Luke Toms
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8/10 Phil Staff review, 21 November 2006
Luke Toms then. Not to be confused with your uncle who has the cabin. oh no.... This one is some new chap being hunted by record labels so I'm told. They'll tell you anything to sell records these days. Seriously. next they'll be saying this is actually worth some of the hype and you should buy it. Actually they'd be right!! Bouncy piano led 60's style tomsfoolery. It's all over the place with orchestra stabs, catchy bits here, even more catchy bits there..... The violins really remind me of ELO which is funny cos I was told it sounded a bit like The Beatles who you should well know are the band The Beatles could be..... Those swirly violins are just like Mr Blue Sky..... Some of the Left Banke in there., perhaps some Beach Boys.... perhaps a more contemporary comparison would be Jim Noir. Really very good indeed! Clinton if you're reading this check it out if we haven't sold out!!

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