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1 review »Haha. How to damn your reputation in the space of one press release. Mention Alan McGee and Peter Hook in the same sentence, not to mention promote yourself as "electro rockers" & "the hottest undiscovered band in the UK". I love it when we get this kind of hollow, empty stadium toss. Isolated Atoms make Editors sound seriously edgy, they display the very worst elements of ... »

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Tell Me What I Want / Here We Go by Isolated Atoms
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1/10 Brian Staff review, 08 October 2009
Haha. How to damn your reputation in the space of one press release. Mention Alan McGee and Peter Hook in the same sentence, not to mention promote yourself as "electro rockers" & "the hottest undiscovered band in the UK". I love it when we get this kind of hollow, empty stadium toss. Isolated Atoms make Editors sound seriously edgy, they display the very worst elements of modern "indie", some inane drivetime chorus, a seriously comical Ian Curtis-lite vocal (truly preposterous, especially on 'Here We Go'), horrendous limp synths that sound so fucking dated I cannot believe they're being let into a studio and the glossy production you'd expect from the worst Europop chart pap. The big black dude in the band though, he's a rugged looking feller who looks so cool that you're kind of tempted to give them some kudos regardless. 'Tell Me What I Want' is a ltd 7" on the reliably excreble Weekender recs.

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