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And as you keep listening, the songs just keep getting better.
This album is fantastic - probably because it's a real album that you can listen to start to finish and every song is great.
If you have the chance, see them live - I saw them play these songs before I got the album and they're better than ever.
I've been a Supergrass fan for years now and am so disappointed that they broke up. This album is fantastic - probably because it's a real album that you can listen to start to... Read morePublished on January 9, 2012 by am3010
I really enjoyed the record. I didn't even know that it existed until a few months ago, but Im glad that I came across it.
The title track "Road to Rouen" is full of life. Read more
Supergrass have never made a bad album, that's clear enough. But to me personally 'Road To Rouen' is their least satisfying (for want of a better word) one. Read morePublished on April 1, 2008 by Mogadoh
This has become my favorite Supergrass CD. It certainly has the best production values and clearly shows how the band has grown as musicians. Read morePublished on November 6, 2007 by T. Jones
Another solid album from the most consistant band of the last ten years.
Supergrass doesn't disappoint on this departure from earlier work. Read more
The Best Supergrass cd out there. The sound of this cd is like no other. It has a "pop" ish feel that captures attention. AmazingPublished on August 29, 2006 by Brittney Holley
This band, once identified with by sullen, but not-too-serious, young stoners, made some really fun, and often rather frivolous music. Read morePublished on July 6, 2006 by Mark D. Prouse
Not your typical Supergrass album in that there isn't really a standout, radio single on the album. This is more of a Sunday morning / 'road' trip through the countryside album... Read morePublished on May 22, 2006 by Brian Murphy
Supergrass has had an up-and-down career, starting with the blazing debut album "I Should Coco" in 1995, an album they are still trying to live up to, 10 years later. Read morePublished on May 12, 2006 by Paul Allaer