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Perfect Houseplants - Snap Clatter - The Observer


30 March 1997
The Observer
Dave Gelly

Long-awaited second album by this quirky, original and thoroughly listener-friendly little band. This time they come up with a piece of off-centre ragtime, a weird tango and a lot of fascinating new textures. The music is clever without ever sounding pretentious or over-complex.
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