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Boomkat Product Review:
The DFA's latest signings, Prinzhorn Dance School, hale from the UK, and while these tracks were recorded in Portsmouth they were mixed with assistance from the DFA themselves over at their NYC HQ. The A-side is a lo-fi ditty, with a feel reminiscent of The Kills, or perhaps if you're feeling a bit open minded, you might detect a hint of Menswear's 'Daydreamer', and heck, you might even like it. The lyrics are top notch. Check the chorus, all delivered in a suitable cockney brogue: "It's a five o'clock shocker/ It's a five o'clock shocker / It's a five o'clock shocker /Knock knock/Crackerjack docker.". Meanwhile, B-side 'Service, Service' proves to be similarly angular, with Tobin Prinz and Suzi Horn laying down some weirdness about petrol stations, while chugging bass and drums fill in the blanks. This CD version also includes a further B-side 'Rock Booth' and the highly comical video for 'Crackerjack Docker'.