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No Worries

Wilt No Worries Mushroom

Wilt





No Worries (Mushroom)







Even if you can get over the fact that a) they're called Wilt b) they

used to be Kerbdog, and c) they look like Australian school teachers,

'No Worries'
still veers towards the average side of mundane. It's difficult

to pinpoint where exactly Wilt have gone wrong, unless you want to trace

it straight back to the moment they entered the studio. On the plus side, a

second CD does contain their unique interpretation of the Jesus And Mary

Chain
's 'April Skies'.







James Oldham

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