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C’mon, guys. Next time you’re constructing a titanic-cross-genre floorbuster, think of someone else to loop, huh? How about someone a little more in need. Mo-ho-bish-o-pi perhaps? Or maybe [a]King Adora? On second thoughts...
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Oxford's finest flit between gnarly rock and frustrating slickness on an often-brilliant fourth album