"The Pink Spiders deliver exactly what is missing from people's record collections today"
"Hip shakin', new wave sing-a-longs collide with the fiery fury of post punk CBGB's...There's no doubt this Nashville three-piece is here to remind jaded youth everywhere what rock and roll's really about: raunchy rhythms, booze-fueled antics, and pure, unadulterated fun."
— Drum Magazine
"Despite the flavors of old rock n roll blended into their sound, the Pink Spiders manage to sound modern and
— Punk Planet
"Practically every track on the disk [Teenage Graffiti], which brilliantly blends rock, soul, punk and pop, is a hook-heavy gem that begs for a sing-along"
— Teen People
"Man, this is good shit...These guys are gonna be huge...And if they're not, all the kids need to have their fucking
head's checked because this is a total gem. So for all you jaded old bastards out there that just hate everything
until proven otherwise, give this one a shot. It's a winner."
"From the word go, The Pink Spiders come at you with full-on catchy as hell pop rock 'n' roll grooves...The debut album from this Tennessee trio combines mighty guitar riffs with hip-shaking tendencies, punch sounds, soaring
melodies, fast and clever lyrics, and attitude to boot. These boys are prime candidates to become the new kings of MTV...Bands like this don't come along and fade into the scenary...Finger snappin' good, see you on the
"a rock frolic with the proper balance of bubblegum catchiness, punk muscle and dance snap."
— USA Today
"angst ridden, smart-assed, and slickly catchy"
"The Pink Spiders put their money where their mouth is...impossibly catchy and dangerous enough to terrify suburban parents...a great pop album"
— Alternative Press
"catchy blasts of bubblegum angst"
"The Nashville-based power pop trio is weaving a web of gritty rock'n'roll, catchy riffs and flashy looks in order to capture the attention of a mainstream audience...they seem to be well on their way."
"the ideal blend of sweetness and crunch"
— Entertainment Weekly
"One of the best rock albums of 06"
"the Pink Spiders' rock and roll assault is under way. You've been warned."
— MTV News
"enough catchy charm and ass-kicking propulsion to suggest a ballsier Weezer or a punk-schooled Cheap
Trick...the Spiders are ready to spin a power-pop revolution"
— Rolling Stone