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Cracker: Countrysides

Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, 25 July 2003

Probably inspired by the pea-brained rantings of George Bush and his Bible-bashing cronies, Cracker decided the only way forward in these difficult times was to become a country-and-western band. Not a sleek, colour-coordinated Nashville type of act, but a ramshackle unit that could lurch along the dusty trail between homage and parody.

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