Saturday, June 28, 2008

Catch The Subways

WELWYN Garden City's most rockingest band The Subways first album Young For Eternity was produced by former Lightning Seed Ian Broudie.
All Or Nothing sees former Nirvana and Smashing Pumpkins producer Butch Vig take the controls.
No surprise then that on this LP, the trio is a heavier proposition than before - and riproaring tracks like Girls And Boys and Alright show The Subways are on track, heading along the right lines.
And if their invigorating new producer decides to stay on board, The Subway's next stop will likely be a truly great album.
It's just a shame that the band didn't literally go All Or Nothing when putting the LP together, as in fact, it's the slower numbers such as Move To Newlyn that are holding this album back.

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