A man listening to a song by French rock band, The Limiñanas, has said that, for his liking, anyway, the track doesn't go on for anywhere near long enough, and could do to be extended by about another three minutes.
The song, 'Dimanche', a stomping, repetitive, percussion-heavy, bass-laden track with guitars and accompanied by the distinctive, almost-can't-be-bothered vocals of Bertrand Belin, is a conservative 4 minutes 24 seconds in length, but, says music expert, Moys Kenwood:
"a prolonged instrumental segment would do it no harm at all."
'Dimanche', he says, is over far too quickly, and just when he has got into a proper rhythmical foot-tapping, finger-drumming frenzy, the song ends, leaving him high-and-dry.
The Limiñanas have been approached for their reaction to the suggestion, but have declined to make any comment thus far.