Two kings of the indie dancefloor unite for a warm, timeless take on 20th century pop and rock
Cornershop : Lessons Learned From Rocky I To Rocky III
It’s perverse. It’s sweaty...
It’s old-school indie snobbery with a sense of humour, radio-friendly FM rock peppered with swearing, and designed to confuse as many people as possible. It’s perverse. It’s sweaty. It’s a hoot. Oasis fans should also note that Guigsy plays bass on it – truly, -Cornershop are fully paid-up members of the awkward squad.
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