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13 February 2010


M.J. Nicholls

This is an outstanding piece of work. One of those rare albums that immediately encapsulates a moment in time, both personal and within a wider social context.

Those opening guitar rings give me shivers, and I melt when Kim says "You're it. No, you're it."


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