Outta Sight/Outta Mind is not an album that you can discuss in measured tones whilst tending to your beard. It is an album that will only cause mass hysteria and blood clots and burst forth Kundalini from the base of your spine like some auto-massage chair plugged into the wrong transformer while you holler wheeeeaaauurgh!! and finally slump down into a wet pile of exhaustion.
UncutA less full-tilt affair than their first effort... but no less fun. [Jul 2004, p.95]
BlenderThey are still greasy rock & rollers who know how to keep a party going. [Oct 2004, p.120]
Alternative PressAmount[s] to little more than a facsimile of their forefathers. [Nov 2004, p.149]
Spin[The Datsuns] now sound unfit to carry the Donnas' jockstraps. [Oct 2004, p.120]
MikeV.Feb 7, 2008i don't understand why the datsuns get ratings like 40% if you would know anything about music you would understand that this band is i don't understand why the datsuns get ratings like 40% if you would know anything about music you would understand that this band is all about rockn' roll coming back to life!! rockn' roll isn't dead!! look at franz ferdinand they are dead! have you ever listened to their second album? I doubt it if i read your comment! but yeah i know everybody likes something else but the datsuns deserve better and should be appreciated more!!… Expand
MoTSep 8, 2005Agree with Andrew R. Loved the first album and this one just as much.
liamP-MJan 6, 2008The Datsuns are a band who came too late. If this album had been released in the 90's, the Datsuns would've been HUGE! This album The Datsuns are a band who came too late. If this album had been released in the 90's, the Datsuns would've been HUGE! This album is brilliant messy rock, but people don't want that anymore, and while that's sad, all it should mean is that the people who hate rock shouldn't review it.… Expand
AileenBSep 22, 2004I think its GREAT! I love it. A terrific follow on from their first Album.
AndrewRNov 10, 2004Great sounding second album which once again shows similarities between them and music form the early 70's! This album is alot more Great sounding second album which once again shows similarities between them and music form the early 70's! This album is alot more produced than the first but shows a wordclass band developing in its ever moving stride! The Datsuns are currently the best rock band (that is still together) there is! Great music with great riffs! Also have energetic and amazing live shows! Buy this album and the first one - which is also fucken brilliant!!… Expand
DellBNov 21, 2004I enjoyed this album better than their first one. Its been well thought out and would appeal to young of course but also more mature audiences.
mmalcolmAug 11, 2004The Datsuns were part of the garage rock trend (yes garage rock was fashionable during this period), set years ago by groups like the hives, The Datsuns were part of the garage rock trend (yes garage rock was fashionable during this period), set years ago by groups like the hives, etc... But garage rock is now dead and subpar bands like THE datsuns (and others "THE" bands), are now in process of extinction. By the way, Franz Ferdinand are not in any sense, a kind of trend or fashion as Sam M pretends. Franz Ferdinand are simply good.… Expand
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