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The Subways - 'Kiss Kiss Bang Bang'

Monosyllabic, landfill-indie incarnate drivel

For the love of God, somebody please call up The Subways and tell them it’s 2012. We’ve got the first black president in the White House. The Arab Spring happened. Aung San Suu Kyi was released from prison. The world has moved on. And the only decent thing to do is kiss kiss and bang bang this monosyllabic, landfill-indie incarnate drivel back to the mid-noughties.

Jenny Stevens

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