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Album Review

The debut album by the Pigeon Detectives, 2007's Wait for Me, was a fairly scrappy, almost punky take on the great Brit-pop revival of the late 2000s, full of refreshingly concise two-minute rockers owing much to the Buzzcocks/Undertones tradition. The follow-up, released barely a year later, was produced by Stephen Street, whose work for the Smiths, Blur, and more recently the Kaiser Chiefs has made him a major figure in the style. The handful of manic sub-180-second rockers here — "Say It Like You Mean It," "You Don't Need It," "I'm Not Gonna Take This," etc. — sound more or less like retreads of the band's earlier singles.

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Leeds, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Five pals from Leeds, England, who play scruffy but energetic rock & roll with no shortage of swagger, the Pigeon Detectives formed in 2002, but the group's members — Matt Bowman on lead vocals, Oliver Main and Ryan Wilson on guitars, Dave Best on bass, and Jimmi Naylor on drums — were mates from school and had known one another since they were 12. The Pigeon Detectives started earning press attention for their gigs in 2004, and in 2006 they made their recorded debut with a limited-edition...
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