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CD REVIEWS : Suspended By Stars (Independent); THE WONDER STUFF.

Byline: BY PAUL COLE, JACK DANIELS & DAVID BROOKES

ALL'S well in the world when The Stuffies are making jangly it0ndie-pop like this - 20 years to the day Mtnr oBiles Hunt and his Black Country troubadours made their debut. Songs such as Last Second Of The Minute and Blah Blah Lah Di Dah recall the band's classic singles, combaining rock, pop and folk, with the more mncellow We Hold Each Other and unashamedly dramatic Someone Tell Me What Trto Think flavoured by the fiddle of new a rrival Erica Nockalls. They still save the best 'til last, however, and No One Tells 'Em Like You Do is one of the band's finest meboments. In any other week, this would be tshe cream of the crop. PC
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Article Type:Sound Recording Review
Date:Feb 19, 2006
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