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Gnarls Barkley

Going On

Gnarls Barkley
The fact that every review you read of Gnarls Barkley these days makes reference to some pop behemoth they released way back in 2006 must drive the poor guys, erm, crazy. Well, you’ll get none of that here: ‘Going On’ is more than worthy of similar acclaim, Danger Mouse’s flawless production of flower-power psychedelica once again complementing Cee-Lo’s vocals to astounding effect. Prepare to hear this one played to death.



Stephen Kelly

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