Unlike lots of his contemporaries, Hamilton’s songs also have something to say, they have depth, emotional content and balance. And you can sing along, think of that…
It’s certainly ambitious and what’s so fascinating is that it succeeds on almost every level.
a big, hearty stew of an album
perfect for easing into Spring with
perilously close to sounding like an album of elevator music
the sound of a band full of promise
Clash, bang, clatter, clatter.
It may not have been inspired by the most enjoyable period of his life, but what Sam Jacobs and his associates have created here is fascinating.
Elsewhere in the aforementioned press release it states that ‘Sometimes all you want to do is fuck’. Well sometimes (like when reading such self-aggrandising bull-shit whilst listening to self-vandalising crapulence) all I want to do is yell ‘fuck off’.
Imagine if Brittany spears and Marillon Manson got mixed together in
transport machine : Jeffree would be the result
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