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Album Review: The Japanese Popstars - 'Controlling Your Allegiance'
Proof that you can't cover up bad ideas with mediocre collaborations
There are wasted opportunities with both Robert Smith of The Cure and Jon Spencer of Blues Explosion fame, plus a whine-fest from Mrs Tom Bowman from Editors. The Green Velvet collaboration is admittedly top notch, but the guest budget would have been better spent on giving the band time to come up with good ideas in the first place.
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