Despite not being as instant as their catchy and fun first album, this their second album still offers a fine selection of songs that are lyrically stronger than there debut album. For example the title track is a terrific album opener that is easily comparable to The Smiths song The Queen is Dead because of its lyrical content, it it seen as an obvious attack on the Royle Family. there are many other classics on here aswell like the singles Me and The Farmer, Five get over excited and arguably there finest song Build, album tracks like Bow Down and We're not going back are also superb. The only downside to this otherwise excellent album is 3 fairly boring and uninspiring tracks e.g Pirate Aggro,Johannesburg and You better be doubtful, but despite those low points this album is a fine way to end there brief but brilliant career, esaily recommendable.
Key Tracks:People who grinned Themselves to Death,Worlds on Fire,Me and the Farmer,Bow Down,Build
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