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  • Summary: The English singer returns from a stinct of writing novels under the name Wesley Stace to record his latest album.
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  1. It's a rich, engaging set that reveals something new with each listen.
  2. Who Was Changed and Who Was Dead reveals a greater maturity and lyrical polish than much of his previous work.
  3. Who Was Changed and Who Was Dead is hyper-aware, expertly tweaking the lyricist's game at every turn, but it occasionally sacrifices authentic exploration.
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    Plenty of good listening here. [Jun 2009, p.105]
  5. The musical accompaniment, courtesy of his more-famous friends in The Minus 5, is solid, workmanlike. Unfortunately, the vocals are placed front and center, and Harding’s inflection puts added emphasis on embarrassing lyrics.
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