Everybody Wants To Be On TV

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  • Summary: Andy Green returns as producer for the second album for the British indie rock band.
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  1. Q Magazine
    Yet for all Stride's laddishness, this is a sophisticated album that never coasts or repeats itself. Making pop sound this effortless, this joyous, is no easy task. [May 2010, p.124]
  2. Their charm wears thin with each passing track, and Stride's hit-making approach becomes increasingly plain in the process. In the end, it's something of a blessing that Everybody Wants to Be on TV is over and done with in a mere 34 minutes' time.
  3. Uncut
    Unfortunately, Scouting For Girls occasionally meander out of their depth. [May 2010, p.102]
  4. The musical equivalent of a puppy humping your leg. This is not a recommendation.
  5. With Everybody Wants To Be On TV, they've given those masses what they want. But there's nothing for the discerning music fan.
  6. 40 minutes' worth of observations such as, "I'm a little bit lost without you/ I'm a bloody big mess inside" and "Posh girls have good manners/ But they go like the clappers" (ye gods), accompanied by roustabout guitar, drums and keyboards.
  7. They peddle clich├ęs about ugly ducklings and shagging that are so offensive they make a donkey braying into a bin sound like the ripe observations of a Charlie Brooker column.

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