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Music For The People

The Enemy

Music For The People

Stadium indie rock on the second album from the English band

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  1. 6.0 |   Evening Standard

    The whiff of greatness never quite courses through their nostrils
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  2. 6.0 |   The Guardian

    There's no escaping the fact that a good chunk of Music for the People trundles along facelessly.
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  3. 6.0 |   The Observer

    They've lost none of their anger, but they have learnt to display it in more than one dimension.
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  4. 6.0 |   The Times

    When the Enemy ease off the plodding working-class consolation songs and let their inarticulate rage take over, any reaction other than submission feels like pedantry.
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  5. 6.0 |   The Times

    Enough adrenalised suburban disaffection to sweep along all but the most sceptical souls.
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  6. 5.0 |   NME

    The Jam might have been the most-dropped-name in relation to their debut, but this sounds like friggin' Def Leppard, such is the overblown sense of grandeur.
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  7. 4.0 |   Scotland on Sunday

    We need angry young men to voice their generation's gripes, not regurgitate the moans of their mums and dads.
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  8. 4.0 |   The Sunday Times

    Explodes with hooks, choruses and melodies, but these are so indebted to other bands that locating the Enemy’s own voice is far from an easy task.
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  9. 4.0 |   The Independent

    We get lighters-aloft anthems about their working-class roots.
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  10. 4.0 |   The List

    Plodding working-man’s rock by numbers.
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  11. 4.0 |   Spin

    The aping of Oasis’ more bloated days sinks things quickly
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  12. 4.0 |   PopMatters

    A patchwork quilt taken from torn remnants of richer musical tapestries
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  13. 2.0 |   Drowned In Sound

    Just maybe, Music For The People will signal the end of the music industry pumping money into third-rate acts stuck in a Britpop timewarp and ring out the final knell for the overdue demise of Ladrock.
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  14. 2.0 |   Independent on Sunday

    Music for the People has all the beauty and charm of kicking-out time at Wetherspoon's.
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