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Supergrass - Diamond Hoo Ha Man

  by Anthony Strutt

published: 29 / 1 / 2008



Supergrass - Diamond Hoo Ha Man
Label: Parlophone
Format: CDS

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Blues-based return to form on new single from Britpop survivors, Supergrass


‘Diamond Hoo Ha Man’ is a heavy blues number. When I heard it on television for the first time, I thought it was the White Stripes, but when Gaz Coombes’ vocals clear up a little it becomes easily noticeable as a Supergrass song. Despite having a muddy 70’s prog rock sound, it is a very rocking number. Think big flares and big hair. Likeable and a lot more enjoyable than their last Beatles influenced work



Track Listing:-
1 Diamond Hoo Ha Man
2 345


Band Links:-
https://www.supergrass.com/
https://supergrass.lnk.to/FacebookWE
https://twitter.com/SupergrassHQ


Label Links:-
http://www.parlophone.co.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/parlophone
https://twitter.com/parlophone
http://parlophonerecords.tumblr.com/
https://www.youtube.com/user/ParlophoneRecords
https://instagram.com/parlophone/



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