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All Aboard – Plummie Racket (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

As much as I liked The Racket, especially the early gutter punk approach to Brit-pop that they fell into, what has come crawling from the wreckage in the shape of Plummie’s solo work seems a real step up. Hot on … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago – Plummie Racket (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Prowling centre stage armed with a microphone, raybans and Brit-pop service issue Parka, at the eye of the storm that is The Racket, it is easy to lose sight of just how accomplished a songwriter Plummie Racket is. The band … Continue reading

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The return of The Racket

As a wise man once said, “The boys are back in town,” and they definitely are, the boys in this case being The Racket. It’s probably been a year since we last saw the band in all their glory and as … Continue reading

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