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1 review | Nobody has said they love this record yet: be the 1st! What Would Jesus Drive? are the latest in a long line of stripped back electro-indie spike-pop boy/girl duos. Terrible name but fantastic track title in 'Boomtown Twats'. They sound really Southern, like proper London bedroom stuff with a bit of money upfront & a good understanding of disposable pop hooks & how to manipulate the artrock scene. Not sure about the post punk version of 'You'r ... »

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We Made This EP by What Would Jesus Drive
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Nobody loves this record. Be the 1st!
6/10 Brian Staff review, 01 May 2008
What Would Jesus Drive? are the latest in a long line of stripped back electro-indie spike-pop boy/girl duos. Terrible name but fantastic track title in 'Boomtown Twats'. They sound really Southern, like proper London bedroom stuff with a bit of money upfront & a good understanding of disposable pop hooks & how to manipulate the artrock scene. Not sure about the post punk version of 'You're the one I want' but i'm sure there'll be a stampede at indie discos in Das Kapital for two weeks or so. Fun packed novelty fashionista stuff but I wouldn't say that to the lasses face. She looks like my kind of girl, a right laugh, but she would break your face if provoked. Pwoarr! This 10" is called 'We Made This' EP'. Well done, 2 gold stars.

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