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The Weads also eschew explicit sexual terminology on "Cambridge," which seems to be about the band members' stumbling upon the filming of a porno flick. What were they doing? Borders asks. They were screwing, Barlow replies, his voice incredulous. Ooooh, the group coos in unison later. Communicating the uniquely creepy glee of unlucky-in-love sorts living vicariously, "Cambridge" radiates with Beavis and Butthead-brand desperation.
Stunningly amateurish and often annoying, Sunday could be offensive on many levels to fans of high-quality music, but it's not profane enough to ruffle the feathers of anyone with a post-puritan belief system. Still, give it a half-ball for the "bitch," and a half more for not keeping the Sabbath holy. Blowfly's rating: One jingle ball