Thursday, April 19, 2007


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NME gives Forget Cassettes a seven for their album Salt, recently released in the Old Country by Tangled Up Recordings. Sure, that's one point less than the Kings got, but who's counting? And did the reviewer really have to mention country music? Perhaps we North American scum should start every review of a British album like this: "[Insert band name here] might hail from England, home of incredibly bad teeth, but this lot aren't your typical zombie-mouthed, too-much-sugar-in-me-fookin-tea dandies...."

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