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C'mon People (We're Making It Now)
Richard Ashcroft C'mon People (We're Making It Now) Hut
C'mon People (We're Making It Now) (Hut)
Whoa, man, it's hard being a part-time messiah. Just ask Richard
Ashcroft. Since Ashie's made an honest woman out of Kate
Radley, even the most casual observer must harbour suspicions that domestic
bliss is hardly a fount of boundless inspiration. So yeah, whoa yeah, 'C'mon
People (We're Making It Now)' - what's all that about then?
ditty penned to commemorate the building of a Wendy house? A jaunty tune to
whistle to Kate while she's mashing up banana for lil' Sonny's
din-dins? Something for Chris Moyles to segue into The Corrs come
drivetime? God, it feels shameful to diss Ashcroft - he's undoubtedly got
that precious, unquantifiable something that elevates him above the dismal
singer-songwriter crop. But right now, his is a hollow gospel, the sound of
sporadic genius prolapsed senselessly into bland FM-rock sludge.
Whoa yeah. Ho hum.
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