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Tracklist: 1.Kicking & Screaming 2.My People 3.A New Sky 4.This Boys In Love 5.Yippiyo-ay 6.Talk Like That 7.Eucalyptus 8.If I Know You 9.Together 10.Aeons 11.Anywhere
Top Customer Reviews
Destined for world succuss this album is like instant lucozade. If you need a drop of energy put this on and dance till you drop. Totally my album of the year. Brilliant stuff!!
Easy to get in your head, hard to get out! These Aussies rock!
If you like 'em, you might also wanna check Grafton Primary and The Midnight Juggernauts.
The main variety on the album is Julian Hamiltons voice, he delivers operatic melodrama on "This Boys In Love",angry rabble rousing shouts on "My People" and then smooth crooning on "Anywhere", this is a good thing, while the music supplied by Kim Moyes is always excellent,full of dips and dives and never quite predictable.
Australia is enjoying a major music revival at the minute and the Presets are like a slightly austere,intellectual offshoot of the more party orientated Cut Copy and Midnight Juggernauts.
Let this album grow on you, at first the opening two tracks made me wonder if i had stumbled accross the worst of the risible electro-clash movement of the early noughties.
The Presets are much better than electro-clash and the whole feel of this LP seems to be Northern Europe not sun kissed,drought blighted New South Wales!!!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Because I have the Presets first album Beams and had heard and loved new songs like 'My People', 'Talk Like That' and 'This Boys In Love' I was excited about getting this album. Read morePublished on 17 May 2009 by LouLou
yes we all loved the 80's. and i particularly loved Nitzer Ebb and Front 242 circa 1986. which is why i find this album particularly irritating. Read morePublished on 13 Jun. 2008 by Scooterboy
What sort of person listens to an album and doesn't hear what he's hearing........? Anyway, this album is packed full of floor fillers. Base heavy and some great suprises. Read morePublished on 4 Jun. 2008 by SparkleUnicorn