I'll breka this odwn since nothign is on here for this great album.
01. Fermez La Bouche - The album starts off with a bang of British punk in this fast rocker, that runs 1:38. One word describes it... Frantic. The guitars are fast, the singing is fast and bombastic like the Beastie Boys, except high pitched British voices, not Brooklyn dudes.
02. I Don't Need You - This 1:51 track has more roots it seems in Death metal, with one singer (I dunno their names yet...) screams the chorus "I Don't Need you, no I don't need, I Don't Need You, Now I Got Me!" Meanwhile the other singer is doing fast lyrics remenscent of No Doubt's Ex-Girlfriend. This track's guitars remind me of Queens of the stone age in terms of riffage, but they sound like they use Fender's or another Single Coil based guitar. Giving it a more European sound to it.
03. Bunty vs Beano - This was a single off the album, kinda similar to the song before, and only 2:09. One of the albums best songs.
04. My Own Private Disco - Great! It starts with a humming bassline and some nice synthesizers. Really nice song, but like the rest of the albuma tad bit frantic sounding.
05. Starts of slow for this 1:53 track, thens uddenly it starts yelling and screaming and the riffs start ripping. It's great the chorus is them screaming "WE ARE SENSITIVE..." etc. Very funny.
06. What Would Morrissey Say? - Great song, my favorite I think on the album, it is their slowest and their song with the most instrumentation... with great synths in it. This song is only 1:54.
07. Yr the One - Great groove, made with keybaords and bass, kinda odd sounding using various sound effects to make the beat.
08. Are You Feeling Fashionable? - Kinda reminds me of early Ramones material at first, one of the most punkish songs on the album. Has soem nice instrumental bits in the 2:44 track. Nice.
09. Boy Toy - One of my least favorite tracks... Think No DOubt mixed with Yoko Ono. It is only 2:04 luckily.
10. The Dance Party Turned into a Wake - Great riff opens it up kinda reminsiecent of AC/DC, then the band comes in and you know it is them and their sound, more guitar work similar to Queens of the stone age throughout this track. Includes some Robert Plant type moans for the chorus, nice touch.
11. Apples - longest track on the album at 3:56. And the slowest, although still fast by most bands standards. Nice words. Great closer.
Overall the labum is good but it sounds like a european version of No Doubt on Speed, alot of speed. The reason their sogns are so short is because they play them soooo fast. If they played them normal speed they'd be your usual 4-5 minute songs. And even though the songs are so short you dont really realize they are until you look at a clock. I recommend for any British music fan looking for something other than BritPop.