Jamie T’s second album in two years is a punk, rap, pop and hardcore tour de force
Hear'say : Pure and simple
Three things to be observed from the sleeve:
1. Nice logo.
2. Nasty apostrophe.
3. Additional programming 'by T Hawks', a name last in the charts as part of Morris Minor And The Majors' 'Stutter Rap', though it's probably not the same one.
The track itself, which you may have heard, sounds like All Saints with some men in, though of course the chances of finding an All Saint without a man in are fairly slim. Danny yells a lot.
Not a patch on the Girl Thing version, obviously, but somebody should give this lot a TV show.
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