With Love And Squalor - We Are Scientists Reviews
Description:Genre: Pop / Artist: We Are Scientists / Audio CD released 2005-10-17 at Virgin America / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 No ... more
With Love And Squalor - We Are Scientists ... Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt
2 This Scene Is Dead
4 Can't Lose
6 Cash Cow
7 It's A Hit
8 The Great Escape
10 Lousy Reputation
11 Worth The Wait
12 What's The Word
Newest Review: ... up surrounding it, but if there were, I am pretty confident the album has lived up to expectations. The cover art, first of ... more
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Customer With Love And Squalor - We Are Scientists Reviews (5)
by - written on 02/11/08 (Very useful, 41 readings)
We are Scientists are an indie band from New York. At the time of the release of their Debut Album (well technically sophomore album), "With Love And Squalor", the band contained 3 musicians - Keith Murray on guitars and vocals, Chris Cain on bass and Michael Tapper on drums. The album was released in 2005 and developed a relatively large cult following soon after, mainly due to the band's unique website (wearescientists.com. Check it out!) WAS did release a rare album before "With love And Squalor", called "Safety, Fun And Learning (in that order)". However, "With Love and Squalor" is widely regarded as their debut ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/08 (Very useful, 31 readings)
'With Love and Squalor' was the debut album from California's We Are Scientists. This three piece first introduced their edgy indie-pop to the world in 2004/5 depending when you discovered them! To a mixed response, the album gave a new edge to the UK music scene in October 2005 when this album was released. Each track follows on from the previous, each sits nicely with the next and are catchy, featuring the pre-released singles of; ~ Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt, ~ It's a Hit, ~ The Great Escape. ~~ Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt ~~ With an instantly recognisable riff to start it, this track is a great opener, displaying the vocal ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/09 (Very useful, 12 readings)
Buy for £18.67 at amazon?! I'm sure my one cost much less... Anyway. With Love and Squalor is the second album of one of my favourite bands, We are Scientist, released in the golden age of Indie bands. To be honest, I can't remember when this was realeased, if there was any hype or build up surrounding it, but if there were, I am pretty confident the album has lived up to expectations. The cover art, first of all. I really liike it. Why are they holding up cats? We don't know, but it somehow adds to that odd atmosphere of the album. The sound of the album was not new in it's time, resembling somewhat the Strokes or Wombats or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/09 (Very useful, 6 readings)
I saw We Are Scientists at V festival and had never even heard of them, my friend dragged me along and I was unsure but went along and they turned out to be my highlight of the entire weekend. Baring in mind th album was already out the first thing I did on the monday after the festival was head straight to town and buy it. In the past I have seen bands live and rushed out to buy their records only to find myself disappointed in it. That definitely wasn't the case with this album and all these years on I still love a good sing along to this as well as their latest studio offering. I'd possibly go as far to say they are one of my favourite bands ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/09 (Useful, 7 readings)
I first heard We are Scientists just after they had played a tiny venue in my home town, and boy have I regretted my timing over the past few years, even if I have seen them a number of times since! This first album is one of my favourites in the last five years, and I can honestly say that I really like 11 of the 12 tracks on here, the rather dreary 'Textbook' being the only thing which stops it from being flawless in my opinion. The album picks you up immediately with the opening chords of 'Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt', an excellent first three and a half minutes, and you really don't get a break until track 4, the slightly more contemplative 'Can't Lose'. Then ... Read the complete review
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Still impresses with its orchestral guitar tone.
Uneven and less powerful.