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Band:Vinyl Floor
Title:Peninsula
Reviewed By:Maarten Schiethart

Label:Karmanian Records
Format:CD
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An album like this makes one extremely suspicious of conspiracies. Listening to 'Peninsula' may be a test, to exactly how far your toes can cringe. Cliché ridden to the tenth power, Vinyl Floor rather invite lawyers to discuss which riffs or choruses were stolen from whom. Beyond doubt, this must be one of the most unoriginal albums released in recent years and therefore deserves a place in history. The lyrics, on top of this all, are riddled with lines you've heard dozens and hundreds of times before.

It is an album that is stupendously awful. Think the worst of Supertramp and Chas and Dave combined on the Benny Hill or the Linda McCartney New Age Records label.








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