TELEGRAPH & ARGUS / BRADFORD, UK / MARCH 12, 2005
REVIEWED BY NIGEL GOODMAN, 47, TEACHER, SHIPLEY

Blimey! Where do I start? This album defies any form of categorisation. Pure rock guitar riffs that don't sound like rock. Constant power drumming that does not take over the tunes. Vocals that sound like they come from a church. The slowest and gentlest, but somehow rockiest version of Jimi Hendrix's Purple Haze you will ever hear. A rendition of Tammy Wynette's Stand By Your Man that you would not even recognise. Plus loads more. On first listening I thought the CD was just plain mad. But now I'm convinced that this is a CD that most definitely needs a follow-up album soon. Please?