Back in 2004, Razorlight were the hot new things on the block, cooler, edgier and more rock ‘n’ roll than contemporaries The Kooks, for example. Up All Night, their debut album, came flying out of the traps with its high energy indie-cum-punk that ostensibly took its influences from The Strokes and Television. 180g vinyl reissue on Mercury.

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Up All Night by Razorlight
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6/10 Clinton 03 December 2006
New album by Razorlight. Its another example of a band being rushed into a debut album before they are ready. There's a handful of decent tunes which all funnily enough turn up later on in the record but otherwise its completely unmemorable. It would have made a good 5 track EP. The music? At it's worst it does that Boomtown Rats, late 70's pub rock thing with not a tune in sight. At it's best it's good catchy indie-rock pop somewhere betwen Pulp and The Libertines. Comes with a free DVD with the CD and a free 7" with the vinyl.

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