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-'If Faithless decided to join forces with Mike Skinner – and Skinner took a couple of tranquilisers - then you’d get something like Sid Delicious. A chilled out offering with basic but funny lyrics and an electro-pop edge Sid Delicious is beautifully psychedelic with tinkling chimes and haunting harmonies playing the background music to the lead singer’s monotonous but strangely captivating vocals. The demo is a little similar all the way through but given that there’s not a lot of music like this around at the moment there’s little chance of overkill. An absolutely cracking debut and one that should find its way into the charts very soon.'+'If Faithless decided to join forces with Mike Skinner – and Skinner took a couple of tranquilisers - then you’d get something like Sid Delicious. A chilled out offering with basic but funny lyrics and an electro-pop edge Sid Delicious is beautifully psychedelic with tinkling chimes and haunting harmonies playing the background music to the lead singer’s monotonous but strangely captivating vocals.

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'If Faithless decided to join forces with Mike Skinner – and Skinner took a couple of tranquilisers - then you’d get something like Sid Delicious. A chilled out offering with basic but funny lyrics and an electro-pop edge Sid Delicious is beautifully psychedelic with tinkling chimes and haunting harmonies playing the background music to the lead singer’s monotonous but strangely captivating vocals.