He Who Would Valium Take by Half Man Half Biscuit (1997) discussed...

He Who Would Valium Take explores familiar themes (such as the incongruity of the ordinary, the grand and the fantastic), all underpinned by a not unexpected irony. Not long now before presidential candidates are called Chelsea. But the performance of this song is like no other by the band. Even without hearing it, the title and one of two of the lines might hint at something ecclesiastical, and so it turns out. Instead of our usual guitars and rhythm section, the song is performed on a digital church organ, with the singing like a church congregation – sometimes in unison, sometimes in harmony, sometimes one responding to the other. The tune appears to be a pastiche of a Victorian hymn tune. And just as in church, the organist sounds as if he has a part-time job playing at the crematorium – all part of the fun.

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