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Ali Love

Secret Sunday Lover

Ali Love Camden Crawl 2007
It may come boasting a title like something you’d expect to find in a Bunty-style photo-love story, but ‘Secret Sunday Lover’ delivers something altogether funkier and sexier (although, admittedly, it would be hard to be less funky and sexy than that). From a man who regularly appears onstage phallically waving a foam-rubber Roman pillar at his groin, this is a deliciously authentic and straight-faced slice of genuine disco that at one point delivers the phrase “don’t you know you do me right?” without collapsing into fits of giggles. All in all, unlikely to appeal to fans of Marilyn Manson.

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