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Life In Cartoon Motion

Mika's wide sonic palette has already been touted (by himself and others) as a trump card, but this listener detected a sizeable gap between ambition and achievement throughout Life In Cartoon Motion.

Rating: 4 / 10

Kilian Murphy, 13 Feb 2007

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Rating: 4 / 10
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