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And what a stormer it is! If you're expecting more of "No Tomorrow"-a-likes then you will be disappointed. Most of the songs are not like that one but then again that is no bad thing when confronted with the quality of the rest of the songs!
While "Bright Idea" is a relatively understated opener, it follows with "No Tomorrow". "Happiness" is a classic slice of Orson class while other highlights are "Already Over", "So Ahead Of Me" and "OK Song".
While listening to this album I realised they sound very much like one of my favourite bands, Marvelous 3.
Seriously, if you like this album, I strongly suggest you get Marvelous 3's "Hey! Album" and/or "Ready Sex Go". Very similar musically and lyrically.
This is a great album, well written, relentlessly uplifting and with some superb pop hooks. No Tomorrow is pretty well known by now and on it'd way to being the pop hit of the year, but there are plenty more great tracks here too... My personal pick for a future single would be Already Over.
In short, get this, you'll enjoy it whether you want to or not!!
Every song has its own purpose.. with "Last Night" likely to be included in the best remembered songs.. buy it!
I was just on the verge of making the most delayed impulse purchase ever when my flatmate came home with the CD, having made a similar purchase to help a long car journey from the South West to home. I was not reassured when, on asking to borrow the album, I was told I could keep it. Admittedly, the start of her journey had been quite a long way from home, but for an album to turn someone against it so fast is not an encouraging sign, especially when her purchase had been influenced by a love of "No Tomorrow", as mine would have been.
That said, my tastes are a lot more forgiving of pop music than hers are, so I figured I'd like it more than she did.
Sadly, that could be said of the whole album, with a couple of notable exceptions. Apart from the absolute brilliance of "No Tomorrow" and the amusement value in the lyrics to "Save the World", there is very little here to elevate this album above the mundane. If you're a fan of the new breed of indie-pop in general and OK Go or the like in particular, you may find you enjoy this album, but if you're a fan of "No Tomorrow", you'd be much better advised to obtain a copy of that song or the single from somewhere and forget the rest of the album, as it will be a let down.Read more ›
They are the best US band since the Killers.
If you are smart you see them live in the UK before they really hit the charts.
Can't wait until they tour the US.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So i previously had this album but i my cd was taken by my mam to the states and i thought i'd buy the album again... Read morePublished on 14 Oct. 2013 by Bradley Gray
Bought this for the great single 'No Tomorrow' but actually some great other songs too - good tight American bandPublished on 7 Sept. 2013 by Nick Morgan
Besides the usual 2 'hits' that are mentioned, there isn't much here that is impressive or memorable. Read morePublished on 4 Oct. 2008 by Papillon
Crumbs I like a new band. it does happen sometimes ( although not that often) listen to this in a car and it becomes clear very quickly, that this is a good group possibly grew up... Read morePublished on 26 Sept. 2008 by G. G. Saunders
I have no idea how this CD originally slipped under my radar but am glad I found it eventually. It's a masterful piece of work with hardly a dull moment. Read morePublished on 2 July 2007 by Death Magnetic
Like most fans, Orson's opening singles "No Tomorrow" and "Bright Idea" proved enough persuasion for me to go out and buy the album. Read morePublished on 28 May 2007 by Ciaran
Great album. You're sometimes unsure when you hear that debut single (as broken on Dermot O'Leary-Radio2) whether the early promise will continue, but boy does it!! Read morePublished on 8 April 2007 by Woofit