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5.0 out of 5 stars
A Rare Gem From The Boys From Leicester, 16 Aug. 2004
This is quite simply, a brilliant album made up of B-sides, demos and the like. A gem of an ablbum from a masively under rated group. The opening two songs, "The Girl With The Name" and "Above These Things" could (and should?) easily have been top ten singles in any era, let alone at the time of trashy pop rubbish when the album was released. The album goes from strength to strength with great songs like "King Fluid" and "Memo From Turner" before finishing with a brilliant cover of Jesus Jones' "Info Freako".
Reminiscent of The Byrds and Dylan at times, DPW must be one of the most under rated groups Britain has produced. If talent was enough to succeed, John Butler and co. would be the modern day Rolling Stones.