Once again, we are confronted with a really good A-side, one of Rob Vandeven's best tracks, on this London group's totally great debut LP ...Undone, and as such it can help market the band. But once again there are no non-LP B-sides. There's frankly been a little too much of this going on in Britain in 2011, and someone has to tell bands, and tell them loudly: no one wants to buy records that contain only material they already possess. What are we? Ten-year-olds? We can't figure this out? People have limited funds, and they're going to spend them getting music by other artists they don't already have. How stupid can so many be? But do we blame the artists, or their labels, or both?
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