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Snow Patrol : One Night Is Not Enough

One night may not be enough, but it feels like a lifetime...

"Receiving strong support from the Evening Session", it says here, and if that doesn't put you off, nothing will (haw haw). Sure enough, 'One Night Is Not Enough' hits you like a shot of pure camphor (which you get in mothballs - Laundry Ed), taking you back to those dark, pre-CD:UK days when The Chart Show used to run down the indie chart, itemising all the bands too poor and unimaginative to have made videos. Snow Patrol's album is called 'When It's All Over We Still Have To Clear Up', which probably tells you all you need to know about their attitude to such modern concepts as hedonism, glamour and fun. One night may not be enough, but it feels like a lifetime - and one nobody sane would be in a hurry to return to, either.





Alex Needham

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