Hats Off To The Buskers - The View Reviews
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Hats Off to the Buskers View
Release Date: 2007 - 05 - 08, Audio CD, Sony
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Customer Hats Off To The Buskers - The View Reviews (4)
by - written on 12/02/08 (Very useful, 72 readings)
The View are a Scottish Indie Rock band hailing from Dundee. They have been together since 2005 and are currently signed to the Sony BMG subsidiary label 1965 Records. To date this is their only studio album, however they are set to release a second at some stage in 2008. The album hit Number 1 in the album charts and also contains the Number 3 hit single 'Same Jeans' which I personally am a huge fan of. In the music of The View, their Scottish vocals come through extremely heavily and at times this makes it extremely hard to figure out exactly what the band are saying. It is just such a thick accent, and when sung with the slur that the vocalist utilises, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/07/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
From Oasis's "Definitely Maybe" to "Word gets Around" by the stereophonics and Wet Wet Wet's "Popped In Souled OutI" have always liked band's debut albums. I find them raw , enthusiastic and aspirational but at the same time down to earth and easy to relate to. To add to my list is "Hats off to the Buskers the Mercury nominated debut by by Dundonian quartet the View. The View are a young indie band who hail from the Dundee district of Dryburgh. There music is rooted in their background with lead singer Kyle Falconer's vocals proudly displaying the Dundonian burr, which is a pleasure to listen to. I really like regional ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/09 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Whilst waiting for the most recent The View album to be added to the list of reviewable items, I thought I'd go a little bit off track and give The View's debut "Hats Off to the Buskers" a spin. With so many indie bands in the UK, it's sometimes hard to know where to start when looking for good ones and the whole genre can become pretty tiresome, that isn't to say that there aren't still some good bands though. Prior to this my favourite Dundee band was now extinct horror punk band Dirty Wee Middens, these guys certainly come close there with their upbeat, raucuous garage like sound. Gate crashing guitars smash into the party whilst the slur heavy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/09 (Useful, 9 readings)
Hats off to the Buskers the Debue Album from 'The View'. Nice little Indie Band from Scotland, this is a very good album with some classic songs. Their debure single Wasted Little DJs is an absolute classic, with a strong rythem and fast paced beat. Superstar tradesman continues in the same vain, some great lyrics and a catchy rythem. Probably the most well known song on the album is the stick in your head 'Same jeans'. This shows what the band are capeable of. A few other great songs on there, 'Face for the radio' is a lovely song that shows another side of the band. These are never going to be world beaters in my opinion, but ... Read the complete review
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