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Play Da Easy Ball

Fuschimuschi are capable of making decent records. This isn't one of them.

Deliberately wacky faux-country hick-pop pastiche from Germany's most irritating group, three young men from Dusseldorf permanently wired on Pepsi Max and Skittles. Essentially an update of John Barnes' excruciating rap soliloquy from New Order's 'World In Motion' set to 'The Way It Is'

by Bruce Hornsby And The

R
ange, 'Play Da Easy Ball' is

a timely reminder of why the

sick relationship too often

enjoyed by football and pop

music has to be terminated.

Believe it or not, Fuschimuschi

are capable of making decent records. This isn't one of them.







Piers Martin

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