Paul Weller - 'That Dangerous Age'

Has as much saucy swing as a Tom Jones belter

Paul Weller - 'That Dangerous Age' Paul Weller - 'That Dangerous Age'
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The second song to be taken from Weller’s awesome new album ‘Sonik Kicks’, this has as much saucy swing as a Tom Jones belter, and should help ensure that The Jam’s full reunion remains on Fantasy Island for another 18 months. In fact, if Weller keeps this purple patch going much longer, pretty soon people are going to start remembering The Jam much as Miles Kane fans do The Rascals.

Jamie Fullerton

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