Sunday, April 11, 2010
Here's some sugary fizzy pop from Aussie band Ratcat. I don't really know too much about the band although do remember their single "Don't Go" getting some limited commercial radio airplay back in the early nineties. However this album is entitled "Inside Out" and has a leopard yawning and poking his tongue out on the cover. Why is the leopard yawning and what is the connection to the album title? And what exactly is a ratcat? It's food for thought if you needed something to think about to pass the time in life's boring bits.
Making boring bits a little more interesting.
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