Black And White World - Black And White World

Wednesday 1st July 1992
Black And White World - Black And White World
Black And White World - Black And White World

RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
LABEL: Blonde Vinyl 3242

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

An intriguing rock team who in Rob Trigger' Gallas possess a vocalist who sounds uncannily like da's arch-eccentric Terry Taylor. There's also more than a little of da's adventurous avant gardism in this band as well. Black And White World being an indie rock who display in plenty 60s and 70s influences into their songs but are let down by a rather skeletal production. Maybe more studio time would have done the trick and certainly there are one or two interesting songs. But at times it sounds more like a looking-for-a-deal demo than a CD demanding the customer's cash. But if you're into alternative and are attracted to songs with titles like "All Christ's Cons", "Elvis" and "Lip Sweat" this hardcore-cum-grunge team might find a UK customer or two.

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