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(Not) This Time,
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It's not very often that I have to return a new CD to the shop I bought it from & demand a refund but, yikes, this is a bona fide stinker. Were Moderat actually in the studio when this was being produced - the dated & conservative Mixmag-friendly production & absolutely AWFUL vocals suggest a complete lack of imagination? Do yourself a massive favour, purchase either/all of the recent Holden, Nathan Fake or Luke Abbot albums (on Border Community) instead, Moderat sound like (yecch) Robin Thicke by comparison.
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Initial post: 19 Sep 2013 17:17:43 BDT
mister joe says:
I would bet serious money that you pontificate about Robert Thick's Blurred Lines at dinner parties saying how sexist it is while no one listens as they discuss the more important things in life away from indie records and Q editorials.
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Oct 2013 10:39:19 BDT
R. Rooksby says:
I don't go to dinner parties Joseph, they tend to be populated by self-righteous thickos like yersen, duck.
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