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Article Title: Fixing Barbie
Author of reported comment: Jay
Comment Date: 18:39 on Feb 10 2010
Comment: Phil Thomson is simply incorrect in his conclusive thoughts about this album and I'd strongly advise him to take the time to re-listen re-assess and re-analyse. Sure, everyone is entitled to their opinion and some even get paid for the privilege. However, this review, at best, appears to be jaded by what can only be described as a huge cultural misunderstanding. This album ROOCCKKKSS! It's a breath of fresh air pumped into a "British Gospel Industry" which is saturated with repetitive, ageing, and, in some cases, downright boring melodic "achievements." This album crosses every stereotypical barrier, rowing the gospel message down the ear canals of those who are wrapped up in their own self confusion and self delusion - thinking God is someone who is not in touch with the mundane realities of earthly life. The musicianship is great, the vocals are brilliant and, without fail, the album has something for EVERYBODY in its lyrical, musical and poetical content. I can't wait for the next instalment and I'm sure I'm not alone in my thinking!
   
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