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“On my first listen, I was only planning to hear a couple tracks and come back to the full album later, but found myself staying around from track to track. “4 A.M. Inside The Fuckfurnace” is compelling to say the least. The name pulls you in, and the music keeps you around. It all just works with this album.”
“The Jones Island Flood blends a variety of styles, and a really well produced album like this one showcases it well. With a mix of a twangy, clean guitar, upbeat drums, and frontwoman Maria Law serenading you over the top of it all, The Jones Island Flood have developed a unique sound, and it definitely works.”
“The band’s combination of surf sounds, libido and dark imagery would make them the perfect soundtrack for a beach party thrown by David Lynch outside a dilapidated wastewater treatment plant.”
““Golden Ticket” sounds like Karen O singing over a beat laid down by Bo Diddley.”