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Label: Feedback Music
Catalog Number: FEED2001CD
|1.||That's Not Love|
|2.||Thinking of You|
|4.||Vaya Con Dios|
|6.||Song for Me|
|11.||Tune Up the Violins|
|12.||It's Like This|
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|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: June 25, 2005 at 12:24|
|Honest John Plain returns from the hiatus of the Crybabys with a solo record that actually contains a few cuts direct from the shelved second album by the Crybabys, namely 'Sad Souvenir' (a tribute to Johnny Thunders), 'Thin Ice' and the Hanoi Rocks-like 'Operator', whilst 'Vaya Con Dios' is from other Crybabys recording sessions. If you enjoy the Crybabys, or other British pub-glam booze-n-roll like the Dogs D'amour, you'll love this...|
|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: June 25, 2005 at 12:28|
|... Highlights include the ode to a crap girlfriend, Marlene, the aforementioned Thin Ice (which current young glamsters the Love Injections [elsewhere on the site] can owe their whole sound to), Darrell Bath's incredible Tyla-impression on piano-driven Tune Up the Violins and the bluesy ballad Sorrows. 8.5/10|
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