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Take Your Hands From Me by Charly Six

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Reviewed on 1st September 2003.

 
 

Take Your Hands From Me

By Charly Six

A thunderous opening drum 'n' feedback assault and a catchy chorus make "Take Your Hands From Me" a brutal Big Brother to the Little Sister of Charly Six's last single. It's similar post punk territory, done for fun and raw sensation. And it's done with swaggering style and a loud rich mix. It's good. Daytime radio should have no trouble at all.

Joint A side "8th Floor 6am" is a more tuneful poprock leer with Danny Carr's trademark vowel distortions and husky soulboy delivery. It's a complete and well made song. The band seem a bit less confident about what to do with the slower tempo, so they stay professionally out of the way with regulation chunks of quality rhythm and scratchy guitar strumming: but there is a nice hard sounding lead guitar figure that comes round a couple of times. It more than does the business in terms of showing the range and quality of Charly Six repertoire and fully justifies the claim of 'double A side'.

 

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On 8th September 2003 at 23:08 Anonymous 251 wrote...

Come buy your copy at Josephs Well on Monday 15th September!

 
 
 

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