Babyshambles – Albion (CD Review)

The latest single from Babyshambles debut album ‘Down in Albion’ is the whimsical strummings of ‘Albion’. The style is alternates a jaunty pace with more sedate interludes chronicling districts and cities in England. The slurring vocals and poor lyrics let it down rather, as ever. However, I realise I appear to be in the minority on this issue so I fully expect to be ignored by the record buying public and this will probably soar up the charts.

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If you enjoyed the other singles or already own and love the album then this will probably float your boat; I’ll be leaving it alone.

Label : Rough Trade

Release Date : 28 November 2005

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