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Mistakes And Regrets

It's angry, fast and possesses a tune, too....

Currently "helping police with their enquiries" in San Antonio, Texas, following an incident in which the group were forced to defend themselves against a number of over-excited locals, ...The Band With The Really Annoying Name underline their status over here as one of the few guitar bands worth getting genuinely excited about with 'Mistakes And Regrets', their frenetic homage to 'Daydream Nation'-era Sonic Youth. It's angry, fast and possesses a tune, too, which is more than can be said for anything by fellow MC5ivers,

At The Drive-In. And its chances

o
f hanging around long enough

to be in with a shot of the Christmas Number One? Not

good. It's all very well being the trail-blazing testifiers of the nu-punk apocalypse, but you've got

to think of the bigger picture.

Next time, put bells on it.



Piers Martin

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