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Jamie T

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Jamie T
So, considering this tune is already permanently burned onto our internal hard-drives like the bowel-bass-driven spitty-ditty it is, why buy the reissue a year later? Well, apart from an instrumental, which will give MacBook mixers something to splice Shaggy onto at those Pimm’s parties, there’s ‘Rawhide’ featuring Lily Allen. Which means Jamie’s scrapbook genius spread over a windswept epic and ruined by council-estate coos from pop’s own Kate Middleton.

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