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  • Audio CD (24 Aug. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Republic of Music
  • ASIN: B002IN814Y
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 197,061 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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BBC Review

Leeds-based trio Dinosaur Pile-Up have got some front – barely a year into writing spiky, grunge-echoing songs, they’ve already reached the point where they reckon their rock is the hottest around. That, or this five-track offering’s title is to be pronounced with a fat tongue tucked tightly into an accommodating cheek?

The Most Powerful EP in the Universe! is no Glenn/Rhoda (Google it) in terms of lasting influence, given its lo-fi slacker atmosphere which recalls vividly the very best of Seattle’s early 90s sound, and the surrounding college-rock standard-bearers – Pavement, we’re looking at you. But as an introduction to a band that could, if given a fair crack at this music-for-a-living lark (ie, if they’re brave enough to ditch the day jobs), become quite the live draw on the domestic scene, it’s a fine collection indeed.

Chunky riffs and punchy percussion dominate, from blistering opener Summer Hit Single through to the swampy murk of beach Bug via Cat Attack!!’s quirky new wave undertones. Vocally frontman Matt Bigland (formerly of never-quite-made-it types Mother Vulpine) can occasionally come over like Chris Cornell if the Soundgarden man was raised on Yorkshire Tea and mutton hotpot, but that’s no bad thing – while nostalgia’s stirred regularly, the trio’s tautness ensures that influences are acknowledged without the end product ever tumbling into excessive imitation. You believe them, which is what carries this EP to its conclusion without the listener turning instead to something a little more of the era.

With fellow townsfolk Sky Larkin, Grammatics and Pulled Apart By Horses looking likely to graduate from Introducing-level acclaim to wider audiences before the year is out, Dinosaur Pile-Up are a good shout for turn-of-the-year tipsters should the seemingly endless 80s revival fizzle out. Their brand of rock might not single itself out as particularly unique, but the energy contained in these tracks is amazingly addictive. Live, the songs are catchier still, with the infectious enthusiasm the trio exude highly contagious throughout a crowd of any size.

With tastemaker DJs like Huw Stephens – who included the band on his recent Music Sounds Better With Huw compilation – and Zane Lowe on the band’s side, it’s difficult indeed to not see Dinosaur Pile-Up roaring their way into the affections of the public. --Mike Diver

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Euan N. B. Macdonald on 20 April 2010
Format: Audio CD
It's worrying how few people seem to have heard this. Little to add to the earlier review - except to add that Queens of the Stone Age should be thrown into the mix as sound-alikes too - but there's no question it's quality. Please don't think it's derivative though; a few 'big' bands have been name-checked here, but these boys have their own sound and it's meaty. I'm looking forward to more Dinosaur Pile-Up, bigger, better, faster..... but most especially, longer!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DeeeeeJay on 11 Nov. 2009
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Imagine Weezer, Foo Fighters, Nirvana, in a melting pool with British post punk attitude. This band deserves to be big, they're so original - especially for a British band I've never heard anything else like this from the Brit Rock scene.

Sadly they may sink without acknowledgement by the UK as a whole, that'll be a shame. Hopefully they'll tour their bottoms off.
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By Lesley on 18 Feb. 2015
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my son loved it has songs on it he didnt own
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