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Gaz Coombes – ‘White Noise’

‘White Noise’ is a lush slice of dappled guitar

Gaz Coombes
Photo: Gaz Coombes
Showbiz’s second most famous Gazza pulls one of his more melancholy moments out the bag. Supergrass were more famous for their kerrrrrazy youthful LOLs, but their slowies were always better. ‘White Noise’ is a lush slice of dappled guitar, and at least seven times better than ‘Fog On The Tyne’, which showbiz’s most famous Gazza had a go at.


Lisa Wright


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