This isn't a dreadful record by any means, but it’s not very convincing either. The middle of road noise bears some relation to their past work, but lacks any of the grit or charm that made them such a cool little indie band.
The Fountains Of Wayne story can be split into two easy...
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In an ideal world where people of consummate good taste (Er, anyone we know,George? - Ed) ruled the radio waves, the much-maligned genre of power pop would - by rights - be an airplay staple and practitioners of this noble art such as Fountains Of Wayne …Read More