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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great album, leaves me needing more!
I originally saw this band at Reading Festival and they blew my socks off. I got home, and immediatly brought the album.

To hear the tracks that I had gone crazy to live, Doomed Now, Lets Make Out, Rockstars to name a few are just as crisp, and are truely Rock and Dance crossed over in genius fasion

Where this album faulters, is the Jekyll and Hyde...
Published on 8 Jun. 2009 by Mr. L. A. Hunt

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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not that great
I'm a big fan of Daft Punk and was recommended this album. I found it got boring very quickly as there's not enough variation, or much depth to the tunes.

Does it offend you, yeah? No it's too tiresome for that.
Published on 23 Aug. 2012 by Gonzo's girl


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1.0 out of 5 stars Not that great, 23 Aug. 2012
I'm a big fan of Daft Punk and was recommended this album. I found it got boring very quickly as there's not enough variation, or much depth to the tunes.

Does it offend you, yeah? No it's too tiresome for that.
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8 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars No Offence, 31 Mar. 2008
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Mr Badger arrived at the cave entrance this afternoon in a state of high agitation. His cousin from Reading had visited earlier in the day bringing with him as a gift a copy of Does It Offend You Yeah's new album
'You Have No Idea What You're Getting Yourself Into'.

Having listened to it once (perhaps a little too loudly for a first hearing) he discovered to his dismay that several large cracks had opened up in the ceiling of his usually secure and commodious sett.

Upon his cousin's departure he had come immediately to seek my advice.

The Wolf is pleased to report that no such destructive events have repeated themselves in the cave.

From the skittering opening beats and synthesiser of 'Battle Royale' to the anthemic closure of 'Epic Last Song' the ten numbers contained in this fine album give every reason for these upstanding young gentlemen from Reading to be very proud indeed.

I cannot believe that any offence was intended by the release of these stirring compositions and certainly none has been taken.

Indeed, the presence of a lesbian octopus in track 6 should be held up as a noteworthy example of equal opportunity promotion in the animal kingdom.

Unlike Mr Badger I would reccommend listening to this album at levels exceeding 120 decibels to experience its' full (and I feel sure) intended effect.

A splendid first showing chaps.

Life in the Home Counties is clearly looking up !
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great album, 17 Nov. 2009
Ignore the daft band name/album title :)

I've been listening to this album for the last 18 months. Still love it.
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars DIOF,Y?, 15 July 2008
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For those looking for total electro, avoid getting this alhbum and just buy a few songs of iTunes like 'We Are Rockstars' 'Wierd Science' and 'Attack of the 60ft Lesbian Octapus' :] this is pretty much a really good album, and i like pop, and i like electro, but i think they should be kept seperate but then that's just my opinion (: not mind blowing stuff but worth a buy XD xx
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7 of 41 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Keep It Foolish, Yeah?, 5 Oct. 2008
If we look at offensiveness on a scale of say, 10 for the Holocaust, dropping to maybe a 7 or 8 for child abuse and poverty respectively, with perhaps the collected works of Scouting For Girls, the Script and James Blunt registering at a respectable 1, then the answer to the posited question is a resounding NO. How could something so painstakingly self-conscious and contrived as this be deemed offensive by anyone?

Here's a little quote from our old boy George W. Bush:

"If this were a dictatorship, it'd be a heck of a lot easier, just so long as I'm the dictator."

Now that, boys and girls, is how you do offensive, yeah?

Oh and the album itself is actually quite good: all squelching, farty synths and shouty nonsense that's almost certainly written and played entirely by foetuses. I'd imagine they're all rather cross at the price of Cheesestrings or the crass commerciality of McFly. Either way, it's all good clean pop fun that no-one will remember in 12 months time. So, five stars for being such a jolly old synth-pop romp that namechecks arty Jap flicks. Minus four stars, unfortunately, for the terrible faux-Situationist moniker.
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