"working a 60s UK mod/psych thing...we're talking about Rock Music that remembers a time before the fateful pop/rock schism."
— Ross Grady,Chapel Hill Music Scene
"For a second, imagine that Fake Swedish's debut Get Correct is a certifiable psychedelic session lost in an attic since the '70s, recorded in a garage to reel-to-reel by four fellows now sporting beer bellies, gray 'staches and nametags at 9-5s that remind them of the good ol' days of loud amps, hard hallucinogenics and cheap beer. Then picture the band itself - vocalist Joe Romeo and guitarist Eric Haugen with the rhythm section of Ashley Hayes and Dave Perry setting a charge in the background - as those young guys, working service jobs and trying to make it. Now, picture in mind, actually listen to Fake Swedish. Not much difference, eh? Get Correct is its own Nuggets box, showcasing an eclectic, wide-open approach to inborn guitar fuzz and swelling, surrounding and subsuming howls, bathed in the effrontery of Romeo's dead-on songwriting. "Pilgrims" takes a sick, twisted Meat Puppets country-death groove down swirling 13th Floor Elevators, spiraling into a demon-ridden guitar con
— Grayson Currin,The Independent Weekly
"There's no need to truck off to Montreal or Athens when we've got bands as good as Fake Swedish right here at home. "Get Correct" (Demonbeach Records), the Carrboro band's new album, is garage rock of the sort you've heard many times over the years (although Steppenwolf's John Kay, the primal vocal model for Fake Swedish singer Joe Romeo, ain't exactly the most common influence nowadays). But Fake Swedish does it with enough style, flair and freshness to raise itself well above the pack. There are three more great songs where "Get Correct" came from at [www.reverbnation.com/fakeswedish]."