The Prudent Moves - The World Stops

Wednesday 1st June 1994
The Prudent Moves - The World Stops

RATING 4 4 4 4
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: Cassette EP

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Steve Temple fronts two bands The Strait and The Prudent Moves. This 4-song tape kicks off with an indie-rocker "Caught Up In The World" which works rather well. The mid-tempo "Dancing Under The Stars" is less successful, poor sax and the drums are sometimes inaudible. Song three "The Heart of The Problem" and we've got a pop-hook song caught up in a lumpen rock arrangement. The tape's completed by a not too tuneful "What Is Truth". It would be a prudent move if the band could locate a coherent style and develop it.

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