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Rolling Stone reviews Fake Print E-mail
Tuesday, 01 November 1994
  Source: Rolling Stone Magazine (Australian edition)
   Issue: No.?
    Date: Nov, 1994
 Subject: Review - Fake (Kilbey)

    By Dino Scatena

"Everything is fake," we're told very early on this journey.
True. What we get is a concept album-cum-project in it's purest
form, fronted by a dubious creature called Lady Bump. The REAL
protagonists behind Fake want their identities concealed. Fine-
they don't matter here: There's no allegiance to any musical form
or convention, though many a genre gets dragged into the pot and 
bent into something familiar but strange. Like the Russian-sounding
"Fanfare" or the Whitney-pop of "Back of My Mind" (but would
Whitney sing: "If you think I'm fake then it's easy for me"?) or 
the TWIN PEAKS' atmospherics of "You're Gonna Get It".  It's as
audacious as it is clever and groovy.

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