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The new Hoosiers??

I heard of the Gentlemen some time ago and they just seem to be blowing up!! I'm really excited to see how their debut single does - the track is so catchy. I've heard a couple of people compare these guys to bands like the Hoosiers and the Killers but I definitely think there's something different about this band. They're fresh! Sending cards should be your new i-pod buddy. Definitely makes the bus journey go quicker! oxoxoxoxoxo

Buy it now!!

This long awaited single exceeds expectations!! I absolutely love it and definitely recommend it to anyone! Nice one Gents!

Begrudgingly Glad!

I didn't want to like these guys cos of all the hype but the song is ruddy brilliant. Definate festival anthem of 2009.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '90s, '00s

The Gentlemen, made up of singer-guitarist Mike Gent of the Figgs, guitarist-vocalist Lucky Jackson, bassist-vocalist Ed Valauskas, and drummer Pete Caldes of Gravel Pit, wield a hard rock assault that swings from the muscular pop/rock of '70s Graham Parker and Elvis Costello to rollicking Faces barroom fare. At times, they come off like a less boozy the Replacements -- and, while the group's dominant mode is raucous fun, make no mistake: the riffs are screwed down tight. In the spring of 1999,...
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