And so ‘Had Enough’ (like ‘Away From Here’ and ‘It’s Not OK’ before it) is both raucous and accomplished; a stout, sturdy and astounding rock chugarama that benefits from ex-producer Owen Morris leaving the mixing desk set to ‘Supersonic’ when he left. Keith Moon drumrolls and Gallagher-ish guitars lead Tom Clarke’s Cov David Byrne impression on its charge towards a chorus so glam that it could be advertising Nobby’s Nuts in 30 years, and a middle-eight that appears to have fallen off the back of ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’. Three circuits of the “Waay-eh! waaay-eh!” bit inside two and a half minutes and it’s gone. No mucking about, no hanging around for a cheeky fourth chorus, simply rocketing off down Modern Classic Boulevard with the wind in its hair and a cucumber wrapped in tinfoil down its pants. Christ alone knows what they’ll be capable of when they sound like they’re trying.
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