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James : Getting Away With It (All Messed Up)

Producer Brian Eno's bizarre compulsion to work with James must cast doubt upon his status as pop genius:..

Producer Brian Eno's bizarre compulsion to work with James must cast doubt upon his status as pop genius: you can't imagine Picasso clapping his hands with delight at the works of Rolf Harris. Still, as James have managed to return with one of their rare songs that doesn't make you want to slip strychnine into Britain's tofu reservoir, we shall say no more. This mentions John Travolta and Richard Burton, and we guess that's progress of a kind.Victoria Segal

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