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1.) Zuton Fever - Lovely intro, displaying their heavier rock tendancies, with a thrashing riff White Stripes-esque. The vocalist, Dave McCabe, is as always fantastic - he has a bit of Axl Rose in him for sure. 9/10
2.) Pressure Point - Again another rock anthem, very good and a lovely intro. It has to be said their soul/motown twists appear when all the band chip on on vocals to support Dave as a chorus, and it works fantastically. 8.5/10
3.) You Will You Won't - One of my favourites, definately; a sing-along funk-rock song, along the lines of Red Hot Chili Peppers... but then, not so. It's very hard to label them. I suggest listening to this as you'll probably like it instantly; some of the others take a few hearings before they really take off in your head.(or maybe that's just me)10/10
4.) Confusion - A quiet folk-rock song, could even be compared to Simon & Garfunkel? It's getting even harder to compare them as I go along. This is a good song for those who prefer quiet tracks. 8/10
5.) Havana Gang Brawl - This is possibly the hardest to label; let's just say it's very good, lots of nice guitars on it. 8.5/10
[I'll skip track 6, which is Interlude, a 30-second peice with violins and an acoustic guitar, and skip to the best track]
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This band incorporates jazz, blues and a sixties psychedelic feel to their music. They even have an awesome sax player. I bought their CD immediately at the concert.
You won't go wrong buying their music. They're fun, creative and I promise - you will be singing along to each catchy song almost immediately! I highly recommend this band and their debut CD!!!!!!!!
This is the record that I hoped the band the Coral would follow up with, but they didn't.
Buy this and enjoy introducing them to you buddies.
ps...after the show (they opened or co/headlined) for Cosmic Rough riders) we were able to meet them and hang out for a while. Great people, great fun. Enjoy!
Starting off with the oh-so-catchy track Zuton Fever, we are immediately immersed in the quirky and inimitable sound of The Zutons. From there, there exist many standout tracks that I thoroughly enjoy including the three videos that are included on the enhanced CD for your computer-viewing pleasure: the alt radio hit Pressure Point, the punkish You Will You Won't, and the fun quasi-country track Remember Me. Don't try to classify The Zutons, just enjoy them. Nice CD.
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If you don't love this CD, you don't love babies, puppies or fun!Published 11 months ago by nicolesahn
It's the zutons. What's not to love here. Great music and great sound. May not be for everyone but it definitely is for me. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Joaquin
Was very happy with all of the three cd's that I ordered by the Zutons. They did a great job on their songs. and Amazon did a great job of delivering. Thank you all.Published on December 24, 2013 by Leona Henry
The Zutons are the kind of British punk band that I hate. You know the kind; annoying accents, poppy music...everything just seems so overdone. Read morePublished on April 9, 2009 by Mark Twain
I bought this cd after hearing half a dozen live songs through their televised performances at the 2008 Isle of Wight, V Fest, and some other large European festival. Read morePublished on January 9, 2009 by M. Howell
This CD offers a lot of fun easy-listening british pop style music. I bought it based off some other excellent reviews (Ben Folds said he liked it) and it looked like a good chance... Read morePublished on December 16, 2008 by N. Gaultney
I bought this CD from another site because I had to meet a minimun for free shipping. Anyways, this quickly became a regular in my rotation, and I am looking forward to buying the... Read morePublished on June 4, 2008 by Steve
The Zutons seem destined to go down as nothing more than a footnote in the musical history of this decade (and even less than that in the overall history of rock 'n' roll), but... Read morePublished on November 19, 2007 by Laszlo Matyas