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A Blur-ry Follow Up,
This review is from: Yours Truly, Angry Mob (Audio CD)
I have recently heard the Kaiser's new album on nme.com and it is a good follow up to their debut smash.
It is a grungy, paranoid, rebellious look on the rubbishness of modern life and culture. They have a talent for speaking exactly what's on the british peoples mind in a dark, dirty poetic nature.
You can really hear their influences in this one, especcially blur and the Smiths.
It is funny and fresh and they have become much tighter and more polish and new look, i think, will be well recieved. Highlights are Ruby, The Angry Mob, Highroyds, Learnt My Lesson Well and Everything Is Average Nowadays (and the funny Boxing Champ).