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|4. Spacek How Do I Move/Getaway (Island Records)|
|Ross Allens Island Blue label release another corker. After the firm support of their recently released album Curvatia, South Londons Spacek manage to keep the ball rolling with two lifted singles and two remixes. If you havent yet heard the album, Getaway is a cool and muffled piece of rnb where vocalist Steve Spacek really gets to show his true colours. |
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