Gawd, I DIG this band! A mix of classic Australian style-garage pop with early Who and Small Faces, The Romantics, The Shazam, Supergrass and The Jam!! "Tunes that recall the urgency of early albums by The Kinks, The Move, and The Who. The band plays ultra-direct songs that are short and sweet. "- Baby Sue. What`s not to love?! "packs choppy Kinks riffs, Keith Moon whirlwind drums, Beatles harmonies, vintage Pete Townshend-style social observation, faint flowerings of nascent psychedelia and the occasional piddle of Herman`s Hermits-like whimsy into a perfectly observed pastiche of the sound of 1967. But the Kent trio, none of whom is actually called Len Price, transcend mere imitation by the speaker-shredding verve of their performances, these largely perfect pop songs flying off the analogue tape on which they were recorded to lodge themselves unshakeably in your subconscious." - Times Online UK.
"4 stars. The Len Price 3 made the rather wise decision to make a few alterations to their winning formula on the band`s third album, 2010`s Pictures. Their love of mid-`60s Who, mid-`60sSmall Faces, and mid-`60s garage rock still blasts forth from the speakers like a high-volume mash note, their performances are still energetic and powerful, and they still have a youthful enthusiasm that helps them leap past any charges of being mere slavish imitators of past greatness. Pictures is easily the equal of the impressive Rent a Crowd, possibly even superior...Pictures is one of the rare albums that manages to hold tight to what is good about a band (in this case, energy and hooky songs), and add on new things (wider instrumentation, better arrangements) without compromising their strengths. The Len Price 3 may never reach the heights of their inspirations, did but it`s not for lack of ability to craft albums as Pictures so clearly demonstrates. "- AMG.
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