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Reviewed on 24th May 2006.


City Place

By Dead Disco

Girl power. Synth pop. It's in right now and Leeds has a monopoly on cool. Or so it seems. Dead Disco, as their name suggests, are a tad uninspiring. No they didn't steal it from a Metric song and yes, given a second I can find a handful of Myspace children who got there first. Lead-in submarine synths go pop pop, think Duke Spirit for the vocals and a heavy dose of clumsy power chords on guitar. OK I admit, I am overly cynical. It's catchy, poppy and a fair listen. They're good live too. Energy! That's what they've got. And looks. Watch out for the Blondie-rip breakdown at the one minute fifteen mark.



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"All the best female-fronted pop songs ever ('Atomic', 'Kids In America', anything involving Gwen Stefani), mashed up and sung out by an indie Alison Goldfrapp in a stripy prom dress. Better believe it, buddy" NME

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