Metascore
71

Generally favorable reviews - based on 11 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 11
  2. Negative: 1 out of 11
  1. Spin
    91
    Daniel's bump-and-grind synth lines are all campy humor. [Mar 2005, p.92]
  2. Urb
    90
    Nasty and raw. [Jan/Feb 2005, p.97]
  3. One of this year's most remarkable "punk" albums.
  4. Q Magazine
    80
    Genuinely anarchic and surprising. [Dec 2004, p.148]
  5. The compatibility between the browbeating belligerence of hardcore and the glitzkrieg of techno’s bare repetition is undeniable – and much more enjoyable than it reads on paper.
  6. It’s a highly idiosyncratic album that very few will appreciate every facet of. However, even with a very minimal knowledge of the source material, there’s much to love.
  7. None of the new album reaches the gaudy peaks of Do You Party?, but it bumps just as well through subtle atmospheres and strange detours.
  8. It's hit and miss, and the self-consciously bloodless vocalists are a drag.
  9. Uncut
    60
    As inventive and well-meaning as these bastard pop blasts are, they're still not a patch on the originals. [Dec 2004, p.153]
  10. As an exercise in hubris and chutzpah it's a rather fascinating affair.
  11. Alternative Press
    10
    Our quality of life would instantly improve if this disc didn't exist. [Feb 2005, p.94]
User Score
8.9

Universal acclaim- based on 7 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 7
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 7
  3. Negative: 0 out of 7
  1. wawa
    Jul 15, 2005
    9
    One of the best releases of 2004. The beats are as razor-sharp as the messages delivered in the lyrics. Fuck new wave, give me the SOFT PINK TRUTH.
  2. [Anonymous]
    Jan 25, 2005
    7
    I'd be willing to bet the reviewer at the Alternative Press is a serious homophobe.
  3. stereoleo
    Jan 25, 2005
    10
    this album is not perfect because it's too short (32 min), but despite this fact, this ROCKS! we want more soft pink truth!