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The Galileo 7 / Press

"A truly excellent record by a truly excellent band."

"....you're going to get hooked on this album in someway."

“Well, if I didn't know any better and was handed a CD-r with no way to ascertain just what this was I might surmise it was one of those great Arf! Arf! compilations from the..., erm, yes, "days of yore.”

"a thoroughly satisfying, brilliantly realized album."

"...could have been recorded in 1966, 1978 or 1996 and could have been made in Carnaby Street or Detroit or a suburban bedroom in Swindon what a great way to start a new decade in the 21st century!"

“It’s a masterclass in stringently taut pop/rock songwriting...”

"...the album is crammed full of power-pop nuggets and swirling psych."

"...if you like punky, poppy, psychedelic, existential, humorous music played by crack musicians fronted by a man in a hat, then this album will be very much your bag."

“THE GALILEO 7 Are We Having Fun Yet? Teen Sound Records (2010) With a CV that includes The Prisoners, The Solarflares, JTQ, Thee Headcoats and The Stabilisers, it's fair to say that Allan Crockford is a well respected veteran of the Medway area's garage rock scene. The Galileo 7 formed as a vehicle for his own material and this storming 14 tracker on Teen Sound is their debut release....... Accompanied by some appropriately striking and colourful psychedelic artwork, this album comes highly recommended; an action-packed 44 minute stew of harmony-drenched garage rock with a power pop / psych edge. READ THE FULL REVIEW AT THE LINK BELOW!”