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If you liked 'Happiness in Magazines' (and who wouldn't?) then you'll love this! More consistently rewarding than any Blur album, this record delivers one poppy punk gem after another.
Achingly heartfelt and melancholic love ballads ("It's so lonely to love someone" sighs Graham on 'Just A State of Mind') collide with energised, knowing, Buzzcocks to the power of 11 punk rock songs like 'I Can't Look at Your Skin'.
By the time you reach the end of this album you're already missing the opening songs and repeat play like a never ending serpent swallowing it's tail.
I promise you there are no duff tracks here, but the crowning glory is the closing ballad 'See A… Read more