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CD Review: The Darkness

Hot Cakes (Wind-Up)

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It's been seven years since British goofballs the Darkness released an album. Not that it matters, since they've always sounded stuck in 1979 anyway. Their Spinal Tap schtick wears thin after a few songs, but you should still check out Justin Hawkins' falsetto-screeched "every man, woman, and child wants to suck my cock" from "Every Inch of You" and the metal cover of Radiohead's "Street Spirit." Yes, that Radiohead.

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