- Summary: The very young Scottish four-piece shot straight to #1 on the UK charts with the release of this Britpop-flavored debut album, produced by Owen Morris (Oasis, The Verve).
- Record Label: Columbia / 1965 Records
- Genre(s): Rock, Alternative, Britpop
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MartinF.Jun 25, 2007This is an amazing album. Truely inspirtional and has brung rock music back to life. Great stuff guys!
robnFeb 11, 2007geein' this a ten because GUY H reckons a review saying 'HATE THIS BAND - AWFUL!!' actually makes up a decent review. He probably hasnt heard the record but oh well, i hear the clash, the beatles bob dylan, oasis, the libertines and a lot more in this record althought it isnt done as well as the mentioned artists work. Great opening track in a similar vein to Rock n Roll star from Definitely Maybe - sets the tone for the record. Theres few ctiricisms to made at this record but it just seems a little unfinished in places Typical Time for example could be an amazing piece of work, i thought i had a dodgy copy when mine stopped at 35 seconds but no it is a sweet but way too short track. Wasteland is my favourite track, it seems to combine the rock and reggae vibe that Joe strummer and Paul Simonon reached on Guns of brixton and numerous other Clash masterpieces. Skag trendy reminds me of 'The boy looked at johnny' with bassist/guitarist Kieron giving it his best Pete Doherty meets Iggy Pop teenage screams over a delightfully funky bass riff. Kyle could be the next great songwriter since pete doherty face for the radio only serves to support this. standouts - face for the radio, same jeans, wasteland, comin down, skag trendy if you are looking for a band that will change your lives like The beatles did in 1964, or Bob Dylan did in 1966 or The Clash in 1977 then look elsewhere. but if you are looking for a solid record that is consistent enough to be hled in high esteem in ten years time, then get this on your speakers. Who knows, the second album could just be called Dundee Calling.… Expand
aaMay 3, 2007excellent
celsosFeb 10, 2007Its a nice surprise this cd! Punk Rock and Rock n Roll mixed!!
LoudonFastFeb 12, 2007Sorta Like the La's meet the Buzzcocks. What's not to like? Standout cuts: "Wasted Little DJs," "Comin' Down" and Superstar Tradesman. "Same Jeans" sounds like a pop hit, though I could care less about pop hits.… Expand
friendofmanFeb 4, 2007meh.
GuyHFeb 5, 2007Just hate this band - awful!
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