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It's down to the crazy Germans. Tired of fluorescent rucksacks, they've turned their attention to the schmindier end of British indie....

It's down to the crazy Germans. Tired of fluorescent rucksacks, they've turned their attention to the schmindier end of British indie. Free with What's That Noise magazine (PO Box 103185, 33531 Bielefeld, Germany) and featuring unreleased stuff by Ten Benson, Bis and Yummy Fur, this is possibly the tinniest record in history.







Necessary or evil? Too scary to be either, but a unique opportunity to learn the other language of love in the company of Belle & Sebastian who are interviewed here. "Versohnlich und wunderschon" as they say in Germany... whatever it means.
8 / 10

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