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  • Artist(s): Jimmy Welsh, Laura McClure
  • Summary: The third release for the indie rock band led by Jon McClure was produced by James Dring and Youth.
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  1. "Yes You Do", a 1950s rock'n'roll love song updated for the synth age, is the standout track, but "Bassline" is the most typical.
  2. 70
    All in all this is a refreshing, infectious, and unpretentious album that’s big on sound.
  3. Mar 28, 2013
    As an album @Reverend_Makers provides infectiously good spirits, a good bit of Sheffield steel and a nice dash of humour here and there too, delivered with a dose of urban grit.
  4. Mar 28, 2013
    Produced by James Dring (Gorillaz) and Youth (the Verve), its ten tracks prove McClure's way with words is far less clunky when focusing on satirical tales of everyday life than trying to put the world to rights.
  5. 60
    While we were expecting an opus about how the coalition government’s really lame, he’s delivered a relentless bosh-pop thump that’s more ‘Bonkers’ than bonkers.
  6. Mar 28, 2013
    For those open to more electronic sounds, this will likely be a great release and to those who are dubious of change, the band have accounted for that with a handful of numbers that more or less embody their established sound.
  7. Mar 28, 2013
    Many demons are slain at the altar of the Reverend in the course this album--wit, eloquence, incisiveness and originality to name but a few.

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