- Summary: Taking the best of post-punk, new wave, and pop as inspiration, Sunderland's Futureheads were among the best of the U.K.'s "angular" movement. Their capability of delivering their trademark pop thrills on this album sustains their position as Sunderland's sharpest export.
- Record Label: Dovecote
- Genre(s): Rock, Indie/Alternative
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10This album isn't as chaotic as the title may have you guessing, but is probably the best work of the Futureheads to date. Their first album was amazing, don't get me wrong, but this album manages even more catchy tunes to it than any of their other albums did. From Struck Dumb, to Heartbeat Song, to The Connector, it's all about high energy, upbeat tunes with one purpose: To get you on your feet. They flow through each song with mastery, never letting go of you until the album is done.… Collapse