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Sleaford Mods are lads, and Key Markets is about as “East Midlands” as you can get. The only disappointment is the beats, which lack depth and imagination. Luckily, Jason Williamson more than makes up for it with cutting, incisive observations about the world around him, tinged with a hue of humour (“Cunt Make It Up” the perfect example).

Fighting, angst, and anger defines this record, and anyone disillusioned with suburban life can find solace in the realisation that they’re not alone in their pain and suffering.

The album was critically acclaimed, although sinfully overlooked by much of the music press. The Guardian even listed it as the 29th best record of the year.

Track Listing:
A1 Live Tonight
A2 No One's Bothered
A3 Bronx In A Six
A4 Silly Me
A5 Cunt Make It Up
A6 Face To Faces
B1 Arabia
B2 In Quiet Streets
B3 Tarantula Deadly Cargo
B4 Rupert Trousers
B5 Giddy On The Ciggies
B6 The Blob

Year of Production: 2015