We Started Nothing (London Rocks!) Import
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If you're willing to listen to an album which is fun and catchy then this might be for you. If you want something deeper with a message then try having a word with yourself... just lighten up!
The reason I like the Ting Tings is because I am fed up with listening to the dirges produced by the bands named above (and others). Its boring!
Oh and if you want to see hype in action - look at Coldplay - utterly bland and the whole group takes themselves far to seriously. Next thing Chris Martin will be like Bono from U2 giving us lectures about global warming and other subjects he knows nothing about.
I have heard that Chris Moyles from Radio One does not like the Ting Tings and that for me is about the best recommendation I have for buying this CD.
This was bought as a gift for my daughter and I get the added bonus of being able to AutoRip it onto my computer ;) a win win for me - I love buying CDs from Amazon ;)
If you like the Ting Tings I am sure you will love this fun catchy Album.
I would recommend this album which is now very much reduced to what I paid for it. A bargain ! and a great Album ;)
Free of any radical ideas or a pompous mission statement, the Ting Tings are refreshing and cheerful and at only 10 tracks long, the album is devoid of padding. In total five singles have been released from this album, which when you consider this is half the tracks on the CD and those singles are all strong enough to stand up in their own right, that is quite some acheivement for a debut release, even the much hyped Arctic Monkeys didnt acheive this.
It bothers me not if we never hear from the Ting Tings again after this album, that they will never fill a stadium, conquer the world (or preach to us how to save it, or sell us a t-shirt with a right-on slogan), but that is the appeal here, catchy bright and memorable music for the moment. Lighten up and enjoy.
The Christmas of that year I asked for this as a present and enjoyed it from my 1st listen. Great DJ, That's not my name and Shut up and let me go are catchy singles but Be the one has got a deeper meaning to it and is one of the best. Instead of the more joyous vibe it depicts a relationship where one is doing all the work and the other just doesn't care. Their last single We walk is another favourite of mine. Fruit machine has vague lyrics and a catchy sound, Traffic light is a lot slower but sounds good, Keep your head is another favourite (I love how Katie says `four'een, intimidated and she's just four'een!'). The music is awesome! Impacilla caprisung is an instrumental with double-dutch lyrics and We started nothing, which is the longest song on the record is the least catchy but a clever tune.
Like another reviewer said it's `unpretentious catchy pop' and that's what appeals to me. It's fun, no-strings-attached music that you can enjoy any time. It's a record that makes me feel good just because the songs are easy to listen to and aren't trying to tell you about problems or their view of life. It's not normal pop music, it's got that indie edge which helps it appeal to the masses and I for one am a fan!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After watching the bbc manchester programme I was reminded of the 'ting tings' I found myself ording this cd for the car. It's a sing along cd and makes you smile.... Read morePublished 4 months ago by justine
Love it, so much fun, like updated, polished, punk, no bad language thoughPublished 5 months ago by cassie1
Probably the best 1st album by any group ever, they need to be seen a lot more, they have done really well, tracks from this album are now used every day as jingles on radio or for... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Barry Kaye