With their bigger and better second album, London-based indie/dance band Boxed In have earned their breakout moment
Jones, Tom & Cardigans : Burning down the house
It's rubbish, obviously, and the whole exercise stinks of elaborate PR schemes and marketing and 'target audiences'
It's rubbish, obviously, and the whole exercise stinks of elaborate PR schemes and marketing and 'target audiences' - hey DJs, check out the Pepe Deluxe and DJ Scissorkicks remixes! You'll never play them! - and is destined to be plugged to death until we all wander, brainwashed, into record stores and buy a copy for no reason other than, well, we've been told to.
Some people are paid to lie. Don't believe them.
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