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Eat Junk Become Junk

A profoundly grim record...

A profoundly grim record made grimmer still by Two Lone Swordsmen and Zan Lyons, both of whom filter out Six By Seven's distinctive features - tune, shouting, cheap fucking lager, scabby roll-ups, God-this-country's-gone-to-the-dogs-rage - in a bid to transform 'Eat Junk Become Junk' into nothing more depressing than the sonic equivalent of a rain-sodden and windswept grey October morning. Available in selected shops on limited-edition 12". Don't all rush at once.



Piers Martin

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