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White Denim Pic: Tom Oxley
I recently made the fatal DJ error of playing White Denim’s ‘Let’s Talk About It’ at a club night forgetting that its tremendous jerky P-funk first two minutes is followed by what feels like a lifetime of racketous noodling. No such problems with this follow up, since it’s not really a song at all, just some Who riffs played at 912rpm, followed by a short but energetic bout of aimless shouting.



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