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Dodgy : 'We All Need A Little' (Lifting)

Lightweight Toploadereffort from the Dodgy boys...

Talk about setting yourself up for a fall...Dodgy, who have been releasing records since the time of Moses, boast on their press release that new singer David Bassey is the best white soul singer since Liam Gallagher. Needless to say, he's not. He's a lightweight Kelly Jones. And he sounds like he's fronting a lightweight Toploader. This record was recorded with the help of fans who contributed their hard-earned cash through the Dodgy website. They are thanked on the sleeve. If you are one of those fans, you should be ashamed of yourself. There are people starving in the world, you know.



Paul McNamee

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