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Separate Ways

Teddy Thompson may be a smoother, more stoic singer than his father, British Stonehenge rock icon Richard, but thankfully, he’s inherited his dad’s sense of pessimism and way with a jab, whether writing about fame (”Shine So Bright”), depression (”I Should Get Up”), or love past its expiration date (”I Wish It Was Over”). With its taut songs enshrined in equally tense, atmospheric arrangements, Separate Ways easily surpasses Thompson’s bland 2000 debut.

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