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In Review: D-Day’s ‘Misunderstood’

9 October 2016

by James Fleming Time heals all wounds. But, in this case, D-Day could do with a few more. A couple of battle-scars, a year on the road, just a bit more time, and the scars will start to appear. Love, loss, loathing; ugly, glorious scars that will leave a deep and necessary impact on D-Day’s […]

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In Review: D-Day S/T

29 May 2016

by James Fleming When you listen to the Ramones, you can hear the sixties’ garage rock and the girl-group pop. But it doesn’t sound like either. It just sounds like the Ramones. Or when you listen to Captain Beefheart. You can here Howlin’ Wolf’s blues and Coltrane’s free jazz. But, again, it doesn’t sound like […]

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