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Forward thinker and innovation-seeker Jimmy Krankie continues his ‘po-mo’ collage catalogue with this offering. Aside from his obligatory lift from The Beatles (‘Something’ gets its chance to be pilfered) the pint-size maestro’s clearly been chillaxing to Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon with some Doves thrown in, the result as unpalatable as you’d expect. His hushed, breathy lyrics allied to another profound ‘film’ leave the victim spiritually bereft.

About as mystical as a Bank Holiday in B&Q. In Goole.