Holes In The Wall - Electric Soft Parade
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  • Summary: This is the debut album for psychedlic British indie-rockers Electric Soft Parade (actually two teenage brothers, Tom and Alex White), drawing comparisons to everyone from Grandaddy and the Charlatans to Teenage Fanclub and Buffalo Springfield.
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  1. Positive: 6 out of 9
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  1. 'Holes In The Wall' is one of the most impressive debut albums of 2002. Fact.
  2. An album that feels as thrilling to listen to as Definitely Maybe or Parklife.
  3. It's surprising to see how well Holes in the Wall holds up under the weight of its own hype.
  4. An eclectic, highly promising debut.
  5. 60
    Every one of these 12 self-composed, played and produced tracks is absolutely stickled with hooks. [March 2002, p.108]
  6. 60
    An auspicious introduction. [March 2002, p.96]

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