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It's The Music (They're Dancing To) by Burningpilot
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 29 November 2006
You lot like yer Transgressive record label dontcha? For the true indie music fan this is a very fertile springboard for NEW & EXITING records by bands who have a bit of ORIGINALITY & VITALITY about them. Remember Fierce Panda? Well a bit like that used to be donkeys years ago. Burning Pilot are the latest contributors to this veritable cannon of itchy, scratchy, breathtaking & cratchy debuts (see Mystery Jets & Subways for instance) & offer us up an astonishing new wave SKAnk, post-punk floor fest called 'It's The Music (they're dancing to)' backed with the prog c86 rant  'Can't Kid A Kidder' (sounds like Terry Hall dragging Rick Wakeman to a Smiths gig on speed). Fats says The Libertines but he thinks anything that has guitars & a tune with some words over it sounds like Doherty & co. (joking....) We have a few more of this release than the previous ones but stil BE QUICK & IT'S STRICTLY ONE PER PERSON

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