NME 8th February 1986|
"How I Learned To Love The Bomb" (Dreamworld)
|First release in at least two years by the long-serving screen stars.
A slightly dated debut in the pop arsenal (anyone else remember TV Smith's
marvellous 'Tomahawk Cruise'?), but it's a goodie. This nursery-rhyme admits
possession of the dreaded warhead - "it's yellow, black and grey, and I polish
it every day / and I don't care what the neighbours say, cos now I've learned to
love the bomb . . ."|
Chockful of handclaps and go-go keyboard swirls, 'Bomb' continues the run of sublime seven-inchers from the TVPs. But the vocal has still to reach puberty . . .