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Morning After Midnight

Adam Green

Adam Green deserves our sympathy. Currently enjoying a renaissance thanks to the success of Juno featuring various Moldy Peaches songs, Green was born with a rare and unusual medical condition that leaves him cursed with an inability to ever make music without at least one eyebrow raised. With ‘Morning After Midnight’ he strives for some classy ’70s-sounding boogie-rock, but actually ends up sounding like Dennis Waterman’s ‘I Could Be So Good For You’. Someone organise a sponsored swim in aid of the poor

guy, quick.

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