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Hundred Reasons Cerebra(Fierce Panda)

Hundred Reasons







Cerebra(Fierce Panda)









With its alarm bell opening, reminiscent of U2's 'I Will Follow', avalanche chorus and sculpted grunge onslaught bringing the yellow plaster falling from the

low ceiling, the primal but well-conceived 'Cerebra' might just be further, small seismic evidence of

a subtle shift in the culture, a burgeoning roar of dissent in the offering, as evinced by the coincidental transatlantic rise of Queens Of The Stone Age. Could

it be, I'm wondering, that rock'n'roll is about to become the new rock'n'roll? If it is, I hope it sounds something like this.







Reviewed by Squire David Stubbs, up from the country for the day to check out the doings of the young people

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