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The Black Keys - 'Little Black Submarines'

This is a song of two halves, with no goals in either

It seems extraordinary that The Black Keys have become so massive, albeit by stealth. This is a song of two halves, with no goals in either. ‘Little Black Submarines’, like much of their oeuvre, is as memorable as a fart at a blowing-off contest. The kids’ll love it nonetheless.

Jeremy Allen



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