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Alex Kapranos' observations are more playful here than before, but his delivery remains as sharp as ever. "Who gives a damn about the profits at Tesco?" he asks on ballsy opener, "The Fallen". He's clearly revelling in new his role as today's Jarvis Cocker. Heck, the "laa-la-la-la-la-laa" refrain in "Well That Was Easy" is nabbed directly from Pulp's "Monday Morning".
Had they stuck to their infamous 'music to make girls dance' ethos here, the Franz formula would have worn thin very quickly. Instead, it's been fleshed out. There is more to life than punk-funk after all. --Jack Smith
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As a big fan, this is one of my favourite albums ever.
Most of the songs are absolutely great and I just feel like dancing and jumping when I listen to them. Read more
Came On Time, Brand New off the shelf look, sealed etc. Not much more I can say Got what I wanted, brand New CDPublished 9 months ago by Freddie
This is an excellent 2nd album from the indie rockers with nice, short, punchy tracks as on the 1st outing; the excellent 'Do You Want To' is a classic example of the band's tight,... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Prog Rob
Fabulous album, I listened to it non stop for days and it will always brings great memories back, much recommended!Published 20 months ago by KH
It's good in general.
But the CD comes with no plastic packaging outside the CD box, and thus I don't know if it is totally new or used.
I bought this album when it first came out and listened to it once. My opinion of it was not good and so it found its way to the bottom shelf of my CD rack where it stayed for... Read morePublished on 29 May 2009 by Nostromo
This is a good album, but it is tainted by the fact that it's predecessor is a much more complete album. Read morePublished on 24 April 2009 by MDD