Two kings of the indie dancefloor unite for a warm, timeless take on 20th century pop and rock
As a fully paid-up hollow-eyed, sex-bored androgyne in combat trousers, you probably already know the drill with Rico. Like in those perfume adverts where a woman in a cocktail dress slaps a bloke in a polo neck with a Japanese fan and the dialogue is:
"I worship you."
"Yes, but I will betray and degrade you, you fool."
...everything is all a bit theatrically sinister. It's paranoid. It's dark. The city lies. And funnily enough, it all sounds a bit like Peter Gabriel. He's heavily involved with the Millennium Dome, you know.
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