'Electric Arguments' Receives Rave Reviews

'Electric Arguments' Receives Rave Reviews

"A pure listening pleasure with a great sense of spontaneity and musical imagination"
Daily Telegraph October 10th 2008

Radio 1 had the world debut play of the track Nothing Too Much Just Out Of Sight and made it their Hottest Record In The World Right Now. After hearing the album Zane Lowe commented, Just awesome! Since then The Fireman have also received glowing endorsements and plays in the UK by Radio 1 DJs Colin Murray, Annie Mac and Steve Lemacq.
Ultra cool music site Clash.com described the album as, a staggering collection of timeless adventures that touch on the best aspects of todays more leftfield sounds.

UK music magazine Uncut have made 'Electric Arguments' their album of the month this month. You can read what they had to say here.

'Inspired form' - The Guardian www.guardian.co.uk/music/

In the US Rolling Stone magazine have given 'Electric Arguments' a 4* review. www.rollingstone.com

Observer Music Monthly also gave 'Electric Arguments' a glowing review.

French music bible Rock and Folk have also given 'Electric Arguments' a 4* review.

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