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2022 release. Bruce Foxton (The Jam/Stiff Little Fingers/From the Jam) and Russell Hastings (From the Jam) team up once again to release their third album together The Butterfly Effect. The single "Lula" succeeds in capturing a summer vibe, thanks in part to a blistering saxophone solo from Tony 'Rico' Richardson. This vigor is apparent also on 'Two Of Us', which Hastings labels 'a nod to Quadrophenia'. The 'sha-la-la' repeats and loud, ringing guitars instantly takes you back to a time of mods vs rockers and heady sunny days in Brighton. The duo both name The Beatles as a huge influence on their work - no more is this apparent on the lively closing track 'Anything You Want' with it's bouncy rhythm and psychedelic ending. Recording the vocals for this track unknowingly with covid, Hastings' voice nevertheless shines and brings the album to a rousing end.
2022 release. Bruce Foxton (The Jam/Stiff Little Fingers/From the Jam) and Russell Hastings (From the Jam) team up once again to release their third album together The Butterfly Effect. The single "Lula" succeeds in capturing a summer vibe, thanks in part to a blistering saxophone solo from Tony 'Rico' Richardson. This vigor is apparent also on 'Two Of Us', which Hastings labels 'a nod to Quadrophenia'. The 'sha-la-la' repeats and loud, ringing guitars instantly takes you back to a time of mods vs rockers and heady sunny days in Brighton. The duo both name The Beatles as a huge influence on their work - no more is this apparent on the lively closing track 'Anything You Want' with it's bouncy rhythm and psychedelic ending. Recording the vocals for this track unknowingly with covid, Hastings' voice nevertheless shines and brings the album to a rousing end.
5037300012315

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 11/04/2022
UPC: 5037300012315

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2022 release. Bruce Foxton (The Jam/Stiff Little Fingers/From the Jam) and Russell Hastings (From the Jam) team up once again to release their third album together The Butterfly Effect. The single "Lula" succeeds in capturing a summer vibe, thanks in part to a blistering saxophone solo from Tony 'Rico' Richardson. This vigor is apparent also on 'Two Of Us', which Hastings labels 'a nod to Quadrophenia'. The 'sha-la-la' repeats and loud, ringing guitars instantly takes you back to a time of mods vs rockers and heady sunny days in Brighton. The duo both name The Beatles as a huge influence on their work - no more is this apparent on the lively closing track 'Anything You Want' with it's bouncy rhythm and psychedelic ending. Recording the vocals for this track unknowingly with covid, Hastings' voice nevertheless shines and brings the album to a rousing end.
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