- Summary: They may not be easy to look up in search engines, but this very-much-rock quartet from Leeds, England could be found in all the UK music magazines, thanks to a much sought-after EP and this debut album.
- Record Label: Capitol / Hut
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock, Britpop
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The band's formula for its high-energy, rock-dance mélange is quite simple; take youthful exuberance (average age: 19), add an exceptionally-tight rhythm section, and let the superfluous, over-indulgent jams flow, as they most certainly do over the course of ten songs and just over 55 minutes on this most promising debut.
DemisGFeb 24, 2003Had never heard of them before seeing them live. Bought this album the next day. Sheer energy and total rock. Ignore bad reviews!
AdilMay 28, 2004Awesome MUsic!!! somehow cheezy lyrics, i mean how corny can you get? : - "She said she knows me / see how sweet / she said she knows me / no im not that weak" .. but overall outstanding music, makes me wanna jump eveytime, the future looks bright for these fellas..… Expand
JessoJun 7, 2004This album is great. Totally consistant with some great tracks that get you moving. Cant understand why the Meta score is only 53 but should up in the 80's. Go see them live (and i have twice) and the blow you away!… Expand
NorthFreedomFighterApr 6, 2005Huge in scope, huge in delivery, but definitely not for everyone. If your idea of a great rock record is anything mainstream or in the likes of U2 you probably won't quite get what they're trying to do here. If you dig it, all the more power to your adventurous side.… Expand
SeamusSAug 15, 2005Its A Good Album. They Need To Learn How To Write Songs (lyricly) though their sound is dynamic enough to pass for a decent album and an amazing live show. They're better live. Go See them doing that!.… Collapse
SalvatoreP.Sep 12, 2002Lame.
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