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And You Will Know Us By The Tr : Relative Ways

Or ‘Trail Of Debt’ as they are known by wags with access to their sales figures

...Or ‘Trail Of Debt’ as they are known by wags with access to their sales figures. Ver ‘Dead return with another rumbling tirade from their fiercely intelligent ‘Source Tags & Codes’ opus. Ferocious as ‘Relative Ways’ is, thanks to Jason Reece’s brain-rattling Moon drumming, Trail remain a band far too wrapped up in their own intellectual vanities to break into the big league ruled over by the Queens. Admirably enslaved to auto-destruction as they are, someone should tell these strong small Texans that the ‘Oo only really got good when Pete ditched the clever books with the natty mod threads and asked his tailor to measure him up for a boilersuit for ‘'Who’s Next'’.



Jason Fox

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