I’m Not Too Keen on Mondays

Morning!

Call Cornershop whatever you like, but you can never accuse them of not being experimental.

Mention their name to most people, and their eyes will glaze over, as they recall their Fatboy remix of Brimful of Asha, chanting that “everyone needs a bosom for a pillow”.

Or maybe an earlier incarnation when, via their Lock Stock and Double Barrell EP, they urged their brethren to “Shut up shop/Get on the streets and fight!/The powers that be!”

I think it’s fairly safe to say, nobody expected them to release an album of easy-listening re-recordings of their 1994 album Hold On It Hurts.

But they did, and this is on it, and it’s chuffing great:

Cornershop – You Always Said My Language Would Get Me into Trouble (Version)

More soon.

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Jez

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