8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on 1 March 2000
Ssssshhhh! Away from the mainstream of drivel you now and again stumble onto brilliance. With each song poetically flowing into the next you will soon find yourself playing the whole album over and over again. Until Ben Lee does become mainstream, and surely in time he will, then let this jewell of an album be our secret!
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 11 July 2003
This album is such a refreshing change from the normally staid rock/folk albums that you find around. i just got hooked on this album and listened to it over and over. still not sick of it, years on. buy this album.
1 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on 22 April 2000
Is there any tactfull way of saying a work is a failure? I guess not, but lets face it, this album is a no hoper. Not content with inflicting the Minogues and Jason Donovan upon us the land of Convicts (OZ) has delivered us this aural Frankenstein. Monotonos of song and tuneless of singing, this crashes in with "Cigarettes Will Kill You" and this listener hid for cover. Save your ears & wallet.