- Summary: This full-length debut for the Glasgow indie-rock trio (who are not actually brothers, despite adopting the same last name) includes the song "Flathead," which can be heard soundtracking a recent iPod commercial.
- Record Label: Cherry Tree / Island
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock
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Full of borrowed ideas put together in a not unpleasant or unoriginal way, their sound is still too close to the myriad other wannabes trailing in The Libertines' and Razorlight's wake. [Oct 2006, p.119]
BobSApr 5, 2007Absolutely excellent
RichardFApr 13, 2007Been in the CD player since it's UK release in September and I still listen to it with joy 7 months down the line.
DamienCAug 17, 2007This is an awesome album, full of unpretentious rock, skinnied down to three glaswegians kicking up a storm. Great Stories.
RyanTAug 20, 2007Excellent album. Catchy and fun. I've been listening to it for weeks.
ChristopherW.Sep 18, 2007I blindly picked this album up at the local libary yesterday and was pleasantly surprised by the energy, drive, and humor is this music. This I blindly picked this album up at the local libary yesterday and was pleasantly surprised by the energy, drive, and humor is this music. This is a good soundtrack for fun times, simple as that. Cool right through!… Expand
Jan 7, 2012This is an ok record. On first listen it sounds great but you get tired of it pretty quickly. There are definitely some good tracks on it butThis is an ok record. On first listen it sounds great but you get tired of it pretty quickly. There are definitely some good tracks on it but too much of it is recycled indie music by numbers.… Expand
AdamXMar 15, 2007One of the single worst albums you will ever hear. Glorified oom-pah music for morons.
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