The Blizzards   A Public Display Of Affection
Release Date: 2006

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0.0 Dave de Sylvia STAFF | February 25th 07

Viagra, seducing Ukrainians and the mystery of the sex shop are just three of the meaty societal issues broached on the Blizzards' debut album A Public Display of Affection. Never too serious, The Blizzards play an uptempo style of new wave pop that combines two-tone and '60s pop with contemporary post-punk sounds that recalls the likes of Blondie and Adam & The Ants as much as it does the Specials or Arctic Monkeys. Check out 'Superdrug' for show-stopping penis worship, 'Dangerous Bitches' for an ode to tough "urban" girls and 'Fantasy' for pure contrapuntal pop bliss.


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3.0 goodHerbieSaysHello | January 27th 10
3.0 goodMrAwesome | January 19th 10
4.5 superbTheLuckyFew | January 27th 09
4.0 excellentIrishShane | January 15th 09
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