Various, Ooer, missus (25) CD

Another brick in the 25 compilation wall, "Ooer, missus" will be familiar to anyone who's heard previous offerings. Mainly indie guitar pop of a workmanlike standard, OK but nothing exceptional, spiced up with the odd gem. In this case, the precious stones are UK Heights with Clare Begly and a Peter, Paul and Mary-ish number, "Coming clean," Cord's badly mis-titled "Ordinary" which is clunking paranoia on a scrap-hop frame and, by a long mile, a brace from Walking Wounded with "Gypsy dance," a Romany violin-led knees-up, and "Four colours for you," a dose of 60's French spy flick maudlinity.
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