Smart Casual - Kids In Glass Houses Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - Hardcore / Artist: Kids In Glass Houses / Audio CD released 2008-05-26 at Roadrunner / Disc ... more
Smart Casual - Kids In Glass Houses ... #1 Tracklisting
2 Easy Tiger
3 Give Me What I Want
5 Lovely Bones
8 Good Boys Gone Rad
9 Dance All Night
10 Pillow Talk
11 Raise Hell
12 Church Tongue
Newest Review: ... by joel fisher & iain mahanty. philip jenkins plays all the percussion on the album and the bass is left in the very ... more
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Customer Smart Casual - Kids In Glass Houses Reviews (5)
by - written on 07/09/09 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Kids In Glass Houses have become one of my favourite punk bands lately, I'm always on the lookout for new punk bands and artists so I was more than happy to have a listen when a friend leant me this album! I have somewhat of a loathing for mainstream artists who call themseves 'punk' when all they really are is dressed up boy/girl bands who sing (mime) cheesey pop, so I was glad that I hadn't heard of Kids In Glass Houses when I was told about them!I think that this band leans more towards the 'emo' genre rather than punk but there are definitely elements of punk here an there. If you like bands like Death Cab For Cutie, Cute Is What We Aim For or Hawthorne Heights then . Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
The debut from Kids In Glass Houses is a great album for the Summer, I love it. Lots of happy, pop punk songs, all very well written with great vocals from Aled Jones and upbeat melodic guitar 1. Fisticuffs This is the heaviest song on the album, with a slightly different guitar sound to the rest of the songs on the album. A good intro, and a pretty good chorus. It's a good song, but it's not the best on the album, so if you haven't heard of Kids In Glass Houses before, this may not be the song to listen to to get you into them 2. Easy Tiger A much softer and pop-ish guitar sound, but not too much put me off the album. It still ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
My friend originally introduced me To Kids In Glass Houses, convinced i would love the music....and she was right. I watched them support Cute is What We Aim For at Leeds Cockpit, which made me want to buy their E.P, and then a year or so later they released their album Smart Casual and now have sell- out tours and a giant fan base!!! All of the songs are catchy, upbeat and the vocals have a slight welsh twang to them. I would find it impossible to pick a favourite song as I love them all, it is a perfect summer album to sit in the garden and have a sing song to. They have now released several songs from the album and the videos to go ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/10 (Useful, 9 readings)
After hearing Give Me What I Want on the radio i did something i very rarely do and bought this album without hearing the other songs. It turns out that it was an excellent decision as the debut album from Kids In Glass Houses is just brilliant. It's very rare that i get an album i enjoy listening to the whole way through. Certain songs will stand out and i'll usually enjoy them all but on repeat listens i may skip certain songs that i'm just not in the mood for. This album is one of the rare ones that i can hear all the way through and love every one of them. Fisticuffs is a great strong opening to the album and all the songs that follow are just as catchy. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/12 (Useful, 6 readings)
the first full length album from the cardiff five piece, recorded at longwave studios over the space of 5 weeks in the summer of 2007. the album features vocals from aled phillips. guitars by joel fisher & iain mahanty. philip jenkins plays all the percussion on the album and the bass is left in the very capable hands of bassist andrew sheehy. produced by romesh dodangoda and engineered by rob thomas. the band released 3 full singles from the album "give me what i want" "saturday" and "easy tiger" they also released a video for "dance all night" however this was never a full single. this album is often ... Read the complete review
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