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Reviewed by Minky G Minky G

15 Apr 2013

50

This song shows everything I love about this band: infectious, catchy music that I didn't even know I liked until I heard it! Where are my dancing shoes?!

This song shows everything I love about this band: infectious, catchy music that I didn't even know I liked until I heard it! Where are my dancing shoes?!

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thesealclub

14 Apr 2013

50

These guys are so awesome to watch live! Their music is energising and their enthusiasm is infectious; you can help but join in the frenzy!

These guys are so awesome to watch live! Their music is energising and their enthusiasm is infectious; you can help but join in the frenzy!

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Reviewed by Chloe Papas Chloe Papas

16 Apr 2013

40

Such a sweet little tune, these lads know how to rollick. This track is the perfect combo of boisterous blues and country hoedown swagger.

Such a sweet little tune, these lads know how to rollick. This track is the perfect combo of boisterous blues and country hoedown swagger.

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Reviewed by James Caddy James Caddy

10 Apr 2013

50

Amazing, these boys are smashing it!! Such an infectious sound

Amazing, these boys are smashing it!! Such an infectious sound

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Reviewed by James Caddy James Caddy

10 Apr 2013

50

YYEEEEEEHHHHHHH killin in!!

YYEEEEEEHHHHHHH killin in!!

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Reviewed by James Caddy James Caddy

10 Apr 2013

50

Toe tappin awesome, love this track and the bands sound!!

Toe tappin awesome, love this track and the bands sound!!

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timebomb

08 Apr 2013

50

I am not really a big listener of blues and roots, but i recently found these guys and have fallen in love with their music. They write infectious tunes that have that old school roots sound, but with a new energy. When I see these guys live they play with a huge amount of energy that seems to take everyone to another level and state of mind, whether alcohol is involved or not. Surprisingly, th...

I am not really a big listener of blues and roots, but i recently found these guys and have fallen in love with their music. They write infectious tunes that have that old school roots sound, but with a new energy. When I see these guys live they play with a huge amount of energy that seems to take everyone to another level and state of mind, whether alcohol is involved or not. Surprisingly, this energy transfers well onto CD. These guys started this band to have fun, and that's what they supply to the Perth scene. Great times are guaranteed when you go to one of their gigs. I assure you.

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Karunjie

08 Apr 2013

40

Great energy - really enjoyed listening to that the first time right from the very start of the song. I'm no muso so I won't attempt to analyse it further - it was just fun listening to it.

Great energy - really enjoyed listening to that the first time right from the very start of the song. I'm no muso so I won't attempt to analyse it further - it was just fun listening to it.

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Karunjie

08 Apr 2013

30

Another ripper. Great track. Triple J - your font colours are hard to read.

Another ripper. Great track. Triple J - your font colours are hard to read.

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dianaprince

07 Apr 2013

50

This song is an unfortunate blend of blatant pop songwriting with a dated musical style and ridiculous instruments. Unfortunately (and inexplicably) for the listener, it's also so darn good that one is compelled to listen to the tune several hundred times in a sitting - often resulting in a lack of punctuality for social events, professional deadlines. This has also been known to interfere...

This song is an unfortunate blend of blatant pop songwriting with a dated musical style and ridiculous instruments. Unfortunately (and inexplicably) for the listener, it's also so darn good that one is compelled to listen to the tune several hundred times in a sitting - often resulting in a lack of punctuality for social events, professional deadlines. This has also been known to interfere with personal hygiene and grooming.

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dianaprince

07 Apr 2013

50

Who knows what T. Gourlay was thinking when he wrote this song? Perhaps it was something along the lines of: "Maybe I'll write a song that redefines the role of a banjo driven tune in a post-Baroque society..."? If so, he succeeded.

Who knows what T. Gourlay was thinking when he wrote this song? Perhaps it was something along the lines of: "Maybe I'll write a song that redefines the role of a banjo driven tune in a post-Baroque society..."? If so, he succeeded.

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ruckushunter

07 Apr 2013

50

The Seals effortlessly create a brand new genre, Popgrass, with a single mighty stroke. P. Cilli is a modern day Byron with his smouldering lyricism and vagrant's dress sense.

The Seals effortlessly create a brand new genre, Popgrass, with a single mighty stroke. P. Cilli is a modern day Byron with his smouldering lyricism and vagrant's dress sense.

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dianaprince

07 Apr 2013

50

This song makes me want to jump out of my chair, climb onto a fast moving semi-trailer and boogie until I collapse from exhaustion. I haven't figured out whether this is a good thing or not...

This song makes me want to jump out of my chair, climb onto a fast moving semi-trailer and boogie until I collapse from exhaustion. I haven't figured out whether this is a good thing or not...

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ruckushunter

07 Apr 2013

50

There is no other song in existence which explains the similarities between women and cheap liquor half so well. On a different note, R. Tomlin is without doubt the most ravishing 7ft tall bass player that has ever lived.

There is no other song in existence which explains the similarities between women and cheap liquor half so well. On a different note, R. Tomlin is without doubt the most ravishing 7ft tall bass player that has ever lived.

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ruckushunter

07 Apr 2013

50

"A supermassive black hole contains the mass of billions of Suns compressed within a region smaller than our solar system." (NASA Science News). Ramblin' Man presents a similar scenario, albeit with Ruckus factor, instead of solar energy. Indeed, the Ruckus compressed and encapsulated within the 2:58 of Ramblin Man appears to be so intense that the very fabric of space twists aro...

"A supermassive black hole contains the mass of billions of Suns compressed within a region smaller than our solar system." (NASA Science News). Ramblin' Man presents a similar scenario, albeit with Ruckus factor, instead of solar energy. Indeed, the Ruckus compressed and encapsulated within the 2:58 of Ramblin Man appears to be so intense that the very fabric of space twists around it, causing a frictionless, hyperbolic, self sustaining Ruckus-mass. Or perhaps it's just an illusion created by the catastrophic heat radiating from T. Gourlay's violently flaming beard?

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