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I remember seeing these post punk ,pop indie wanabees on channel 4's 'The chart show' and thought how refreshing and like the title of their greatest hits they simply grabbed attention visual and audibly.
Championed by the late John Peel and tainted later by the then need to purify in to mainstream pop this album charts an evolution of something worth listening to.
Without 'pigeon holeing' you could liken (we've got a) FUZZBOX (and we're gonna use it) to ;- KENICKE
And other bands who didn't take themselves too serriously but still gave us good music