Album Review: The Voluntary Butler Scheme - 'The Granddad Galaxy Scheme'
An album of two halves
‘The Granddad Galaxy’, you see, is an album of two halves. One is a plodding meander through kitchen sink clichés and half-arsed soliloquies; the other is an imaginative instrumental racket of drums, strings and – on the standout ‘Satisfactory Substitute’ – eight-bit snake-charmer flute. Basically, Rob, keep your gob shut and your mind open.
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