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Boomkat Product Review:
This six-track EP is derived from material Isobel Campbell held back from this year's Sunday At Devil Dirt LP with Mark Lanegan. This isn't something to be cast off as an out-takes album, but a self-contained body of work in its own right, and small as it may be (with a running time of twenty-two minutes) it's certainly beautifully well formed. Lanegan sounds more and more like Tom Waits with every release, and on 'Asleep On A Sixpence' he channels all the gruff, hobo romance that comparison would suggest - the faux crackle and vinyl noise of 'Violin Tango' as a follow-up only serves to heighten this, but these two aren't out to copy anyone, and the bulk of the tracks here tap into a finely crafted, slow country feel, as demonstrated by the laidback Nashville stylings of the lovely 'Rambling Rose, Clinging Vine' or the pedal steel shuffler 'Fight Fire With Fire'. A splendid, concentrated burst of the Campbell/Lanegan formula that's proved so fruitful over these last couple of years.