Crossover Cryptic And Dire Sallow Faced Hoods Blast Off Into Oblivion
- Words: Dave Stenton
- Label: Gigolo
The second Crossover LP benefits from a broader, richer production palette thanks to the addition of fellow Gigolo artist Matt "Mount" Sims behind the scenes-the cheap-sounding synths that blighted their debut are nowhere to be heard this time out. The duo‘s range of influences also appears to have been extended in the interim between albums-Italo horror soundtracks have clearly shaped a number of the tracks. As with many of their Gigolo contemporaries, the lyrics still occasionally grate, but perseverance proves rewarding.
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