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The Ticket Album Club: Cashier No 9′s “To the Death of Fun”

It’s time to knock some heads together for The Ticket Album Club. Every month, a panel of guest critics air their views about one album and you, the readers, get to have your say on their views and, of course, …

Fri, Sep 30, 2011, 09:29

   

It’s time to knock some heads together for The Ticket Album Club. Every month, a panel of guest critics air their views about one album and you, the readers, get to have your say on their views and, of course, the album in question. It’s like a presidential debate without the would-be presidents.

This time around, “To the Death of Fun”, the debut album from Cashier No 9, is up for review. Giving the band’s David Holmes-produced debut album for Bella Union the once over are Niall “Nialler9″ Byrne, Hard Working Class Heroes and FMC organiser Angela Dorgan and, making his third appearance in The Ticket this week, Richie “Jape” Egan. As usual, the Album Club is hosted by Daragh Downes.

Read what our guest critics had to say about “To the Death Of Fun” here, listen to the album here and, of course, add your views on the reviews and the album below.

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