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Tribes - 'Dancehall'

As rock'n'roll as Ronnie Wood's gasper

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Way less Gallagher-influenced than next Tribes single 'How The Other Half Live', the lovely 'Dancehall' is a paean to a girl who is variously described as "a gypsy queen", "an aeroplane", "a preacher's wife" and "a razorblade" over a rolling bluesy piano and loose riffs that couldn't be more rock'n'roll if they were a Marlboro hanging off Ronnie Wood's bottom lip.

Matthew Horton, writer

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