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The pace continues with 'Smoker' which gives us a good insight into modern Britain. The album dips in form with 'Bitchin' In The Kithen' but luckily picks up again with the sing-along classic '1989'. 'Shakelton' allows the album to carry on in a good form with a raw guitar verse and chorus. A driving bass line carries the next song and the final two songs see the album off in fine style with the piano driven 'Mullers Racket' and the superb 'The Final Hill.'
A good album from The Rakes but one that will no doubt be overlooked by the majority of the record buying public. For those of us who have got this album, let us cherish another fun loving album!
Stand out tracks for me include 'That's The Reason', '1989' and 'Mullers Ratchet'
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I brought the first two albums and I have to say in my opinion this is the best by far, the stand out tracks are That's The Reason, 1989 and Bitchin In The Kitchin, but has a... Read morePublished on 8 May 2009 by Sebulba