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Album Review

The EP's A-side is a pitiable choice — the least of the eight new LP tracks from 2007's Someone to Drive You Home that hadn't already appeared on other import singles like this one — but the B-side "Five Ways to End It" makes wily use of '80s disco/Krautrock via Talking Heads (a new wrinkle), while singer Kate Jackson's lyrics frame a cheeky reminder of Paul Simon's "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover" without name rhyming. There's also a video for the A-side.


Formed: 2005 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Dorian Cox (guitar), Reenie Delaney (bass), Emma Chaplin (guitar/vocals), Kate Jackson (vocals), and Screech Louder (drums) comprise the glamorous new wave-tinged stylings of the Long Blondes. The Sheffield, England five-piece came together in 2003 and issued its debut, "Autonomy Boy"/"Long Blonde," a split 7" with the Boyfriends shortly thereafter. A handful of independent singles for Angular Records and Thee Sheffield Phonographic Corporation followed into 2006, as did the NME Philip Hall Radar...
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Once & Never Again / Five Ways to End It - Single, The Long Blondes
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  • $4.38
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 23 October 2006
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