Album Review: SPOD - Taste The Sadness

28 August 2014 | 11:08 am | Adam Wilding

Irony and humour aplenty

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The inner westeros’ genius anti-hero’s newie is the super comedown album from the highs of his debut, Taste The Radness, released a decade before and can be summed up by the track, Hell No, with the introspective lyrics, “Dick is covered in mould /And beer bloats my soul.

Irony and humour aplenty, it’s SeaChange but with ‘80s nods and a severely limited budget. While the Moog and one-man ballads will fly over the heads of many, Taste The Sadness’ appeal lies in its creator’s unrelenting determination to make music no matter what.