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Switches

Lay Down The Law

Switches
Hardly indicative of their stylistically schizophrenic debut, it’s a shame that some record company bod considers this re-recorded re-release of said debut to be the best chance of convincing the public that Switches are brilliant. All glam pomp and indie stomp, we loved it the first time, we love it still, but get around to releasing ‘Loving It’ and maybe Switches might end up going stratospheric. We won’t even charge you for

that advice.

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