Some people were made to become stars. David Wrench certainly has the presence; being a Welsh albino standing at 6 foot 8 inches would certainly help get him noticed. His style of music is also remarkable; roughly described as a cross between cool electro-pop and turn of the '90s novelty act Right Said Fred. What this means is that Wrench has the knack for a tune but also possesses a strange air of someone who doesn't know whether he should be taken seriously or not. The classic example is 'Superhorny' in which Wrench - quite amusingly infact - compares his state of "superhorniness" to "Paxman on Newsnight" and Test match cricket ("Come on baby, put your leg before my wicket") whilst a handbag house beat provides the appropriately cheesy background setting. Yet equally so, Wrench makes classic Europop ('Arctic Fox') and sinister dance tunes ('White Leather Love (Part 1)', 'Like A Communist') whilst his vocals match The Beloved's Jon Marsh for eerie sensuality. If he could cut out the jokes, it's feasible that Wrench has a great album in him.