With no-wave in vogue again due to the popularity of bands such as the Yeah Yeah Yeahs you can't help but feel a bit sorry for Makeup who disbanded too early to enjoy the credit that is their due. Destination:Love is perhaps the best place to start for newcomers. Terming themselves as 'gospel rock' seems wholly appropriate, such is the evangelical fevour running through this record. Perhaps 'retro rock pastiche' is more apt though, spoken word intro's in the form of mad semonising run throughout the course of 16 songs, recalling memories of the MC5's classic Kick Out the Jams'. Ian Svenonius has a distinct original voice (you'll either be intrigued and bear with it or passionatly hate it) and the rest of the band form a loose knit sound of bass heavy grooves and r'n'b rock. Highlights include 'They live by night', and the intro and outro jamming of 'Hold it'. Essentially, the photo on the flipside tells you all you need to know and is worth the price of admission alone. Once converted, move on to their classic 'I want you'