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Earl Brutus : 93 Feet East
The glorious return of Earl Brutus, whose peculiarly squalid, glam-rock genius has not faded with time
The real centrepiece of tonight's entertainment, however, is the glorious return of Earl Brutus, whose peculiarly squalid, glam-rock genius has not faded with time. "C'mon, you teenage Taliban" snarls singer Nick Sanderson, which is in dubious taste - but then everything about them is in dubious taste. Nick's terrifying glittery eyeshadow, mushroomy pallor and jumper with the old British Rail logo on it, in true age-of-the-insane style, is beautifully complimented by Jamie Fry's arm-waving toplessness, Shin-yu's deranged screaming and their brilliant care-in-the-community Glitter Band chaos. They start with 'Come Taste My Mind' (not a proposition Delia would encourage), finish with 'Navyhead' and in between comes everything that's right with rock'n'roll made gloriously wrong.
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