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The Milk – ‘(All I Wanted Was) Danger’

Closer to 'Mofrown' than northern soul

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The Milk love northern soul, but sadly what they've created is closer to a genre I like to call 'Mofrown'. This is a reminder to be careful what you wish for - although The Milk repeat in Transatlantic vocals that all they wanted was "daynj-ah", what they end up with is the poor man's version of Toploader's 'Dancing In The Moodlight'. And what a poor man.


Eve Barlow




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