[B]'Impossible'[/B] is a boil-in-the-bag classic, an epic-by-numbers that pulls all the right [a]Verve[/a]-ish strings
[a]Rialto[/a] are huge in Russia. Bigger than [a]Beatles[/a] albums and denim. A bigger draw than Lenin’s corpse apparently. They’re paid in tankerfuls of salt and the queues for copies of ‘Montag Schleideleublew 5:19’ reach around the block. So surely there’s hope for Pete Fijalkowski, another scavenger
round the indie back alleys of 1994. For just as Rialto are Kinky Machine with strings and nice suits, Polak are Adorable with kazoos. ‘Impossible’ is a boil-in-the-bag classic, an epic-by-numbers that pulls all the
Verve-ish strings, a modest ballad that inflates to the size of Stoke at the perfect pace. Could be bigger than Communism. With the appropriate Mafia backing.