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Cardigans : For What It's Worth

...an utterly lovely song...

The first peep out of the Cardigans in five years sees them ditching the chilly rawk edge of 1998’s ‘Gran Turismo’ in favour of a warm, winsome early 70s radio vibe. Nina Persson comes over like a young country-tinged Olivia Newton John, dealing with the consequences of confessing her love to some jerk who doesn’t reciprocate. A little hard to believe such a tale from the Swedish minx, but an utterly lovely song just the same.



April Long

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