Razorlight: Olympus Sleeping (Believe Records)
The danger of a once commercially successful and aggressively arrogant rock band releasing an album after ten years is that marketable appeal tends to dissipate. Consider Razorlight and their lead singer, Johnny Borrell. Fourteen years ago, they were chart staples, and across their first two albums had graduated from playing minor venues to arenas. Borrell, however, did himself no favours by regularly talking himself up in media interviews....
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