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Boomkat Product Review:
*Now on CD* Originally released in 1994 (when did that become thirteen years ago...?!), Heatmiser's 'Yellow No. 5' not gets a long-awaited run on vinyl - wherein the hook-drenched beauty and carbonated guitars act as a soothing balm to the darker hues of 'Cop and Speeder'. In case you didn't already know, Heatmiser contained a certain Elliot Smith amongst its number, meaning the yolk-yellow vinyl would be on many people's lists regardless of what was pressed into it. Fortunately for the rest of us 'Yellow No. 5' more than stands up on its own two feet, with Heatmiser exploring similar territory to that which would become Smith's bitter-sweet calling card - but sprinkling it with enough individuality to mark it out as an autonomous entity. Angular and blistered with a real punk heat, the likes of 'Wake', 'Idler' and 'Junior Mint' all flash by with maximum impact and minimum fuss. Mellow yellow.