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This is the best album of 2008 if not the last five years! I can't fault any of the songs. Each one is individual, each as catchy as chicken pox. I recommend anyone who hasn't got this badboy yet to click buy album pronto. Can't wait to see them at London Astoria in october. Genius!

Great album

A good mix of songs, Youg Love is amazing and so is Hideaway. Two doors down is an interesting one- reminds me of Duran Duran, and i dont really like duran duran but this is quite good. Another thing- behind the bunhouse is an amazing song, but why the long gap in the middle? all it means is that this song never gets played the whole way through. Reminds me of klaxons half man half horse, pity to anyone else who sat through twenty minutes of silence before somethng happpened

Fantastic album!

Definitely the perfect follow-up to Making Dens; different enough to signal a development, but not to such an extent that it sounds like a different band. Tight almost the whole way through, and there's even the odd-spot of near-genial pop - Young Love and the Common-People-for-the-noughties Veiled in Grey make for a brilliant listen. PS I shouldn't worry about the earlier 2-star review, considering the same guy gave Kate Nash's album 4/5...


Formed: Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, Engla

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Syd Barrett-worshiping indie outfit Mystery Jets formed in the early '90s when the group's shock-headed frontman, Blaine Harrison, was only 12. The band was initially called the Misery Jets, in honor of the Heathrow-bound jets that habitually roared over their native Eel Pie Island, but they changed their name when Blaine (who, again, was very young at the time) misspelled "misery." The Mystery Jets were essentially a family project, with Blaine on drums; Blaine's dad, Henry Harrison, on bass;...
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