“... Such is the affecting nature of The Luxury of Anger, from the downtrodden, rain-soaked grumblings of ‘Mood’ and the insta-hit proto-Britpop of ‘Stare’, to the punk-mod jangly amalgamation of ‘Justify’ (The Enemy and The Libertines were clearly taking notes). Perhaps now, twenty years down the road, this album may get the recognition that it so rightly deserves.”
"To encompass such variety but enclose it all with your own identity is the sign of a great band. There you go then it's great 9/10 ".
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