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    With "These Are The Facts", Milburn have left us with an album to ponder, an album to wonder, but mainly an album to appreciate and get excited about the future of one of the brightest things in Britpop today/5(10).

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    These Are The Facts takes things up a gear. It features new songs that add breadth to Milburn s depth, taking in a host of fresh sounds and widescreen production techniques. It is full of spiky guitars, heaps of melody, and a respectful nod to all things 60 s/5(3).

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