Less eye-catching than the Glasgow folk-rockers’ own page but much more fun, this creation by the Jeepster label redeems its drab decor with addictive, Java-driven ”magnetic poetry” and is bold enough to offer a collection of submitted ”mishearings” (a gentle jab at the band’s often unintelligible vocals) alongside B&S’ actual lyrics and audio samples. One quibble: Where’s news of the band’s upcoming album ”Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like a Peasant”? Was the title just too long to fit on the opening page?
Posted May 17 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
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