[b]'Move Back'[/b] is unlikely to garner any airplay whatsoever, while the more cheerful reality is that this, a drunken stumble through a poorly-lit car park at night of a record, is [a]Freq Nasty[/a

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Freq Nasty : Move back

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Freq Nasty : Move back

Not the shrewdest of career moves from the fast-rising dreadlocked

nu-skool breakz guvnor, but then shrewd probably isn’t in Londoner Darin McFayden‘s vocabulary. Or career, for that matter. Thanks to its insistent [I]”move back motherfDDers”[/I] vocal hook, ‘Move Back’ is unlikely to garner any airplay whatsoever, while the more cheerful reality is that this, a drunken stumble through a poorly-lit car park at night of a record, is [a]Freq Nasty[/a]’s finest moment to date. Some say better than last year’s monstrous ‘Freq-A-Zoid’ effort, which for those in the know might mean something. If not, just buy this. It’ll make you feel sick.

PIERS MARTIN