Their finest collection of songs yet. Melding various influences raging from British Invasion-era bands to 70s glam and garage rock, the self-titled album will appeal to audiences everywhere. This is especially evident in the rollicking and rocking first single, They Ought to See You Now which features additional vocals by Ray Davies.
"9 out of 10. An impressive effort that succeeds in being accessible and keeping your attention glued to a pile of radio-ready singles. Lead singer Keith Slettedahl`s vocals strut along, a little Oasis styled arrogance go a long way to support Adam Merrin`s awesome piano melodies. Fans of Supergrass will find solace in the Brit-styled chord structures and impressive riffs. The opener "Center of The Sun" is a perfect example of a song that balances rock and roll with a shot of sugary pop...One thing I`ve noticed is how much better the songwriting and composition is compared to past albums that may have relied more on studio wizardry. It`s also the most consistent album so far, without a weak song to be found...Power pop is not about innovation, so much as getting the basics right and the 88 do. Easy to classify this as one of the year`s top ten albums." - Power Pop Acholic blog.
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