First of all, the two subject headings are "Australia" and "heavy metal." British quartet are neither heavy metal nor Australian. Where they thinking of The Vines or Jet? The notoriously troubled band's second (and final) album is a bit of a shambles. Pete Doherty's very public drug use had eclipsed the music by this point and it's hard not to see the sloppiness and incoherence of this album as a result of that. Still, there are some good songs, especially the autobiographical "Can't Stand Me Now" and the poignant "What Became of the Likely Lads," which fittingly ends the album. Their debut, which the library does not have, is far, far better.
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