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Review of Lightships’ Electric Cables

Cat StevensloresThe general assumption as to whoy Teenage Fanclub release albums so infrequently – 2010?s Shadows was just their third effort in the 21st century, assuming you count 2000 as part of this millenium – is that despite having three superb songwriters in their ranks, they just work very, very slowly; if this is true, [...]
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