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on 2 December 2000
Bought this at one of their gigs a few years back, and after listening to it a couple of times put it back on the shelf and forgot about it for months. When I came back to it (shortly before the band split up) I couldn't figure out what had made me put it away, and I've not gone back since. This is a bit raw compared to the rest of Cable's work, but the intricate guitar stuff is there, the melodies, vocals, lyrics and drums are all fantastic. It may be a bit heavier, but this is a better record than When Animals Attack and beats Sublingual hands down. If you've ever heard and liked Cable, buy it. If you're into tight melodic punky guitar music (that doesn't get repetitive) check it out, give it a chance.
on 10 January 2002
when i first heard this album it caught-on at once. matt bagguley's growling screechy and painful vocals really drive this fresh, unique, dynamic album along. what more can i say, it is one of my all-time favourites. cable were underrated by far. listen to this and you will agree.