Fake Songs

Album Review of Fake Songs by Liam Lynch.

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Fake Songs

Liam Lynch

Fake Songs by Liam Lynch

Release Date: Apr 8, 2003
Record label: Virgin
Genre(s): Rock, Alternative, Comedy

80 Music Critic Score
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Fake Songs - Very Good, Based on 1 Critics

The Guardian - 80
Based on rating 4/5

Liam Lynch, MTV-versed video director and the first notable graduate of Paul McCartney's LIPA fame school, makes goofy two-minute singalongs for the Jackass generation. Eclipsing Weird Al Yankovic's 1980s pop pastiche, he leaves no genre unpilfered in mocking the likes of Talking Heads and Bjork with affectionate sarcasm, saving snidey smiles for the White Stripes. Whether it's the sleazy chic of United States of Whatever, or classic disco in Sugar Walkin', Lynch re-creates the mood to a tee, even inviting Ringo Star to drum on the sneering Double Fantasy-era Lennon funk of Cuz You Do.

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