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Shine On (Atlantic)

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Jet doing anything other than testicles-on-the-bar sweat-rock is a bit like Jackass’ Steve-O doing anything other than blasting fireworks out of his anus – it’s just not right. Alas, ‘Shine On’ is Jet having a stab at a gospel-elevated slowy, and so fits them like Kylie’s hot pants fit Beth Ditto. Lads, Oasis have already got this mid-paced Lennon rip-off malarkey covered, let’s crack open a keg and rock out a bit, eh? And Steve-O, how about trying the fireworks the other way round?

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