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KT Tunstall

Drastic Fantastic

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Uncomfortably straddling the Radio 2/indie divide for the last few years, Scottish singer-songwriter Tunstall has now slipped to the dark side. Her debut had some killer pop singles like ‘Black Horse And The Cherry Tree’, but on ‘Drastic Fantastic’ her talent and quirks have been mostly hidden under a gloss of studio production and bland AOR.



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