I wont tell you what it sounds like or try to mimic the pretentious stylings of the “wana-be journos”. I will however give a short piece of advice based on personal tastes!
I first heard a track on a car add, after a bit of sniffing around , I fond out who performed it. It was by “stereo total”. I even found out the track name. However, in a fit of peek I bought all I could get hold of, except an early crap one, judging by the samples I heard, it defies listening to!
I eagerly awaited the first of several disks to arrive and took it to work for a twelve-hour shift…and again the next night.
I woke up humming half a song and didn’t understand the lyrics… realizing that out of the preceding 48 hours, 24 of those hours, were spent listening to one cd, was quite astounding. Even though I was able to access around fifty albums of my choice, this was it. The eject button was feeling left out in a big way, meanwhile the battery door was doing a sterling trade.
Armed with the new album, I proudly displayed and auditioned it to my wife, she likes a diverse and strange mix from: My old hard-core punk, to pink, via the goodies and ACDC. I was surely on to a winner.
After a few quick bursts of hastily skipped trax, “this makes Kenny Everett’s LP of ‘the worst records of all time’ seam like an all time classic, it’s shite!” was her somewhat frank reprise.
My advise is to try before you buy…I’m going to make copies of the disk and bury them in selected parts of the garden, in case the original gets stolen, accidentally sat upon or the disk gets left in the sun, these events are a possibility that my wife has assured me could happen, soon!