The Big Pink - 'Hit The Ground (Superman)'

Soaring, big beat melodies

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Early signs for the new album from the now-clean-living The Big Pink are promising. Following ‘Stay Gold’, this second excerpt hits with almost as many soaring, big beat melodies – who needs a drug intake so high that sniffer dogs keel over when they walk within 50 yards of the band members, eh?

Jamie Fullerton, Features Editor

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