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Graham Coxon
Love Travels at Illegal Speeds

Parlophone

"Unpromising and unassuming at first glance, its highlights burrow under your skin and stay there. The most unlikely of solo careers keeps rolling idiosyncratically along." (The Guardian)

"The slightness of this album is hard to hold a grudge against, but ain't nothing oh-my-god necessary about it either." (Pitchfork)

"Love Travels ... swaps the early, scratchy lo-fi squiggles for taut punk hooks and an effervescent pop shimmer that vaguely echoes Blur at their best." (Observer Music Monthly)

"Borrows riffs from the Skids, Buzzcocks, Magazine, and its yelping melodies from his beloved Syd Barrett, but Graham's tangy licks and wry, boyish worldview is all his own." (Mojo)

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