In My Child Mind” was my introduction to the fabulously named Black Market Karma, and considering it is their tenth album, I have to wonder why they haven’t crossed my path before. My fault, no doubt, but in my defense, I can’t be everywhere, can I? Anyway, I’m here now, and that is what matters.

What also matters is that Aped Flair And Hijacked Ideas lives up to the benchmark set by the aforementioned single. And it does. Brilliantly. In my…

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