This was one of the most promising debuts of 2006. The songs on it are lively, upbeat and infectious, from the fun disco of 'Lets Make Love and listen to death from above', to the fierce and adrenalin-fuelled elctro of 'Alala'. This album does not relent in it's determination to make the listener enjoy themselves, or dance, or both.
'Patins' and 'Off The Hook' are both exercises in how to create great Indie music, the former being one of the most raw and raucous songs on the album, whilst the various musical combinations work well in all of the nooks and crannys of this album.
This album is colourful, wacky, interesting and endearing, much like the band who spawned it. Long may they avoid the lure of major-label profiteering, and continue to make glorious electro/disco classics like this.