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Boomkat Product Review:
Preston's most famous sons (possibly) return after a seven-year hiatus from releasing music with this new double-LP, revisiting the classic, good-time rock sounds of yesteryear and adding the group's usual combination of funk, sitar and '70s glam references. 'Who Fingered Rock 'n' Roll' gets the album started with a Rolling Stones-via-The Black Crowes sort of chug, leading into the slick, likable 'Soul School', which is typically lavished in solid retro instrumentation. The album accomplishes this sort of sound in some style, with a Beatles-y, woodwind-augmented arrangement colouring the title track, while more pronouncedly Indian influences emerge on 'Free Love', which adds a bit of prog bass playing in for good measure. The band even throw a cover into the mix, taking on Dylan's 'The Mighty Quinn' towards the end, and they do a rousingly good job of it too.