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Album Review: Little Barrie - 'King Of The Waves'
Blues pop with heavy gusto
Reunited with first album producer Edwyn Collins, ‘King Of The Waves’ rekindles the band’s effervescent spirit but injects a fiery determination into Barrie’s blueprint. The likes of ‘Surf Hell’ and ‘Tip It Over’ twitch with machine gun urgency, while ‘Money In Paper’ soars with a sawdust swagger and the producer’s backing vocals. Gritty, wiry, it’s good to have the little ’uns back.
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