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|1.||"Revising My Fee"|
|2.||"Eat The Etiquette"|
|6.||"Fruits Of The Happening"|
|11.||"No Signal In The Paddock"|
It's not that easy to put your finger on Mush's sound. At times frenetic without being intense, at other moments locked in a sweaty funk, the Leeds outfit certainly seem at home on the ever-reliable Memphis Industries label. Those looking for immediate guitar hooks set in a lo-fi-ish landscape should be in their element.
There's also more than a hint at where they're coming from politically, charting the time of turmoil their native Britain is stuck in on fare such as "Hey Gammonhead!". Moving past the dreaded B-word, the likes of "Existential Dread" almost positions them in a skate-blues guise, the hugely topical "Gig Economy" conjures the propulsive work rate of anyone who has to get to their next task fast in order to make ends meet, while "No Signal In The Paddock" plays with rhythm and time effectively. A rock album very much of our moment in history.