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Chris T-T - Nintendo

If you haven't heard of Mr T-T, then you'd better get on with it. He's not some stuttering tough guy who "aint getting on no plane fool....!"

We are talking about an artist here; a composer; a curator and an ambassador of the time.  Six studio albums later, an armada of famed amalgamations and a slot on Phoenix FM, brings us his new album with this charming ode attached; Nintendo.

It all begins with some nice piano, bass and xylophone chimes. It's a positive thinking tune.  "Write it down.." he sings. "Your words come in a quiet single file..."  the lyrics seem four dimensional.  The midtones crash in to symbolic crescendos and he sings "Find a job, buy a Nintendo."

I can feel an advert coming.

Seriously, this is a little soul-searcher.  Chris is deep and has many voices.  Look into him.  Look him up.
 
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Leigh Nugent
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28th February 2010
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Chris T-T - Nintendo
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