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One Shot Thrill self titled EP out now and me likey...

 

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Not a bad EP. They're on the brink, but it never really gets there for me. Some promising melodies, but it never really pays off come chorus time. 'You Do' is my favourite of the lot, but like I say... just misses the mark as a keeper for me. :(

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