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The Vaccines – 'Bad Mood'

It’s better to lose yourself and crowdsurf rather than care

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It’s easy to be frustrated with The Vaccines. They’ve only had two albums and their pastiche of bands like the Ramones and The Jesus And Mary Chain is already sounding laboured. Still, when they manage to be raucous – as on this ragged, snotfaced garage-punk track – it’s better to lose yourself and crowdsurf rather than care.
Al Horner




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