In It For The Money
If I Should Coco was giddy with youth, In It For The Money was the sound of growing pains, and two months after Blur had re-emerged with Beetlebum, it seemed Supergrass were keen to ensure that Damon Albarn et al didn’t have the monopoly on Britpop bands testing out more mature territory in 1997. That said, In It For The Money doesn’t represent a personality transplant in the vein of Blur. There are still the blaring horn riffs, sticky key changes and pop-punk passages that made I Should Coco so loveable, and thankfully so
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