I love all the songs on this album, although it only lasts 25 minutes. 10 songs sounds like a reasonably sized album, however the fact that most of the songs are under 3 minutes long, means that however much you love the music, you can't help feeling that there isnt nearly as much here as you would like. The songs all triumph for me, mostly quite fast (apart from the exceedingly slow "Presidential Wave") and they all have memorable tunes, sung by brilliant vocalist Guy McKnight, whose bizzare but excellent voice make The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster possibly the most original band ever. It's probably true that i wouldn't have noticed them if it wasn't for their ludicrously long (not to mention rubbish) name, but then again, part of the point in having a name is to interest and attract people into looking your band up and giving you a listen. The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster may not be quite as commercialy successful as other British bands like Funeral for a Friend (another of my favourite bands) or Lostprophets, but they are no doubt, worth a listen. Don't be too put off the fact that its only 25 minutes long, when you listen to them you'll be glad you did!