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Album Review: Jon Fratelli - 'Psycho Jukebox'
Dull, banal and truly dreadful
‘Psycho Jukebox’ isn’t so much the frenzied mix of eclectic styles its title suggests, more another singularly shit-beige palette of classic-songwriting-for-the-people hokum that quite rightly saw the likes of Milburn and Little Man Tate taken out back and shot long ago. Ghastly.
Simon Jay Catling
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