Well Well Well - Milburn Reviews
Description:Genre: Pop / Artist: Milburn / Audio CD released 2006-10-09 at Mercury Records Ltd (London) / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 We ... more
Well Well Well - Milburn ... Well Well Well
3 Send in the Boys
4 What About Next Time?
5 Lipstick Licking
6 Cheshire Cat Smile
7 Stockholm Syndrome
8 Storm In A Teacup
9 Last Bus
11 What You Could've Won
12 Roll Out The Barrel
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by - written on 29/01/07 (Very useful, 115 readings)
It would seem that 2006 will go down as the year the Arctic Monkeys broke onto the British music scene. While the Monkeys were taking the charts by storm, another band from Sheffield, friends of the Arctic's were also starting to make a name for themselves. In fact Milburn were doing it in much the same way, with word of mouth spreading around the internet and thousands of people downloading the bands songs. The likes of the NME slowly started to pick up on the buzz around Milburn and while they were still promoting the Arctic's without remorse, Milburn released there debut album, Well Well Well. They are part of the vibrant Sheffield scene and the debut album ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/09 (Very useful, 4 readings)
Milburns debut album is a very catchy and has strong guitar sounds with a steady drum beat. However due to the success of the Artic Monkeys, Milburn fell into their shadow due to the number of comparisons that can be made between these bands. Both originate from Sheffield, both sound pretty similar and both came to prominence around 2006. This album contains some great songs and all the songs are pretty good, they all have memorable choruses and are pretty easy to get into and enjoy. It starts off with the title track 'Well Well Well' followed by 'Showroom' and then 'Send In The Boys' all of which are easy to remember and immediately get you hooked ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/08 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I would assume, that not many people have heard of Milburn. This is unfortunately due to their unfair labelling by the majority of 'understudy to the Arctic Monkeys' or something similar. Out of Sheffield, the same place the Arcitc Monkeys are from, and close friends with the Monkeys, the labelling has always hurt the success of the four piece Sheffield band. The band consists of youngest member, lead singer and bassist Joe Carnall, brother and rhythm/lead guitar Louis Carnall, rhythm/lead guitarist Tom Rowley, and drummer Joe Green. This album is fantastic. The first thing that you hear is the strong bold introduction to the album, track 'Well Well Well'. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/12/09 (Very useful, 92 readings)
And now time for something slightly different. Anyone who pays good attention to the indie scene, then you'll know this band, those who don't will just think they sound like a poor man's Arctic Monkeys...and yes, they are from Sheffield. Either way, this is Milburn with "Well Well Well". Released on Mercury Records, "Well Well Well" was the band's debut album, released in October of 2006, it showcases a dozen songs that ooze indie rock. The opening song on the album which happens to be the title track, instantly rings reminiscent of The Clash with the opening guitar riff sounding as if it were taken out of the 'maybe' pile for ... Read the complete review
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