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User Score
8.5

Universal acclaim- based on 4 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 4
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 4
  3. Negative: 0 out of 4

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  1. AdamP
    Apr 6, 2003
    9
    This album came out 2 years ago in Australia and it is surprising it has taken so long to arrive overseas. Its a great rock'n'roll album and is packed with heaps of powerful yet different riffs and sweet solos. For anyone who hasnt seen these guys, they really back it up with one of the most energetic and fun live shows you will ever see.
  2. BuzzD
    Apr 13, 2003
    10
    This album unrelentlessly and without apologising bursts into the room like a Tsunami. There is only one purpose here "come on" "exit to the city" and "party" you "rock and roll Mother F***er". Reminds the listener that they are not dead yet from all the soft face tickling jerky bands like Oasis and Crappy Williams that have been annoying all of us since the good old days of gee I This album unrelentlessly and without apologising bursts into the room like a Tsunami. There is only one purpose here "come on" "exit to the city" and "party" you "rock and roll Mother F***er". Reminds the listener that they are not dead yet from all the soft face tickling jerky bands like Oasis and Crappy Williams that have been annoying all of us since the good old days of gee I can't remember, Iggy Pop, Ramones, with a touch of the Rolling Stoners early energy. Bring It On and Party like you know you want to. Expand
  3. HorseBoy
    Apr 15, 2003
    7
    Not bad. Not Great. Not as poppy as Vines nor as calculated. If yer tossing between the Datsuns and this though, get the Datsuns.
Metascore
71

Generally favorable reviews - based on 7 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 7
  2. Negative: 1 out of 7
  1. Not a hint of pretense makes even the most formulaic tunes and lyrics ("Little Baby," "Party," "Come On!") seem inspired if not quite inspirational.
  2. It almost goes without saying that the D4 kick the Vines, Hives, and White Stripes right square in their trendy asses.
  3. Minimalism can be tiring, so the group has a secret weapon: solos, of all shapes and sizes, scattered at random.