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All or Nothing

The Subways

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England’s The Subways are mysteriously unknown in the U.S., though they play huge festivals and have charted overseas; they’ve even landed songs on American television (The O.C.) and in movies like RocknRolla and Charlie Bartlett). This is the power trio’s second full-length record, following the impressive debut Young for Eternity. Whether it’s the major label behind All or Nothing or Butch Vig’s Big Grunge production, the album delivers a surprisingly commercial sound. (Maybe Vig had his Jimmy Eat World hat on for this project.) But fans of the band’s blissfully punchy debut will be rewarded if they give All or Nothing a chance. There are swooping, grimy guitars chasing rubbery, defiant bass lines (“Kalifornia,” “Turnaround,” “Obsession”), fist-in-the-air punk-pop exuberance (“Shake! Shake!”), and even acoustic-flavored tunes for breathing space (“Move to Newlyn,” “Lost Boy”). The first project following the romantic breakup of guitarist/vocalist Billy Lunn and bassist Charlotte Cooper, it may be that All or Nothing is the sound of a band finding new footing. We doubt they’ll lose their way.

Customer Reviews

Back to basics

I think they missed on this one. The introduction of the Subways brought a fresh and edgy sound with good rythmic pieces. While there are traces of the sounds that built their fan base they shouldn't have tried to change their concept.

Subways are back big

No sophomore jinx here. The Subways are back big with better production, just a bit more sophistication, and all of the great garage band energy that makes this what rock should be. Doing simple well is a subtle art form the Subways have mastered. There's no pretense here just songs that work. A great follow up to the first record.

No Sophomore Jinx !

I have been a fan of the Subways for a year or more and I was not dissapointed by this album in the least. As soon as I had a good listen to I knew it was great. They still have their loud in your face sound but it is more refined and puncy then before. I still want to hear more vocals from Charlotte Cooper because it's great when I do hear her. All in all I was very pleased with this new album and it is a great addition to any indie rock fans collection.


Formed: 2002 in Welwyn Garden City, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Subways are a high-spirited alternative rock outfit featuring Billy Lunn (guitar/vocals), Charlotte Cooper (bass/vocals), and Josh Morgan (drums). The British band formed in Welwyn Garden City in 2002, when the three musicians were only in their early teens. Despite their young age, brothers Morgan and Lunn (the latter of whom took his mother's maiden name as his rock & roll moniker) were longtime music fans, having raided their parents' record collection as kids. Growing up on AC/DC, the...
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