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Boomkat Product Review:
There's something a bit panto about Last Man Standing. This London band not only look like a travelling freakshow, they sound a bit like it too, with no clear disposition towards any single musical genre. Of course this is certainly not to be discouraged - the opening 'Variation' is a grand orchestral piece that against all odds sits nicely against the barroom saxophone swagger of 'The Climb'. There are trace elements of symphonic camp pop throughout the record, with 'Go Home' employing some over-the-top prog references and a mighty horn fanfare. The fact that the band are currently supporting arch-weirdo Bobby Conn on tour, and that this album appears to have been sponsored by a Dutch emergency lighting manufacturer (!?!) should tell you exactly how preposterous this whole business is, yet somehow it's surprisingly endearing.