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Tim Burgess – ‘Doors Of Then’

“Amazeballs! I love you!” is more romantic than this track

Oh no, I love you” sings mop-topped bleach-botherer Tim Burgess on this single – which is not a great thing to say to your partner, especially during the physical act of love. Maybe that’s why Tim’s coming over more hopelessly twee than vintage Belle & Sebastian. It’s lovely and all, but next time, Tim, try: “Amazeballs! I love you!” Now that’s romance.
Kevin EG Perry




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