The Null Device

Finally, a piece bagging High Fidelity:
When he does play or talk about pop, it's music the audience will recognise, which from a soundtrack-shifting point-of-view works but in terms of what actual record shop workers play is nonsense. In short, Rob seems less like a music obsessive and more like a character in some sub-Kafka short story who's woken up one morning to find his house full of shelf upon shelf of records.

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