Graham Day & The Godlers: Get Off My Track

So '60-sounding it makes The White Stripes sound like Klaxons

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While Billy Childish has long been acknowledged as a pioneer of analogue ingenuity, fellow Medway trailblazer Graham Day � formerly of garage gods The Prisoners � remains criminally off the cultural radar. The first release by his new band The Gaolers, �Get Off My Track� is so freakbeat crazed it will have Russell Brand and his child-scaring hair running back to Hogwarts, and is all delivered with a paint-stripping intensity which makes The White Stripes sound like The Feeling. Someone get this man out of the Cult Hero clink and into the charts, fast. Legends have been made of less.

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