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Farrah 'Me Too' review in Kill The Noise Farrah Dec 2004 Kill The Noise Dan

"each track still overflows with emotion"
"glistening three-minute guitar pop with a highly radio friendly edge"

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Nighttimes Farrah Nov 2004 Nighttimes Rob Forbes READ >>

"impeccably composed, power pop masterpiece"
" it might just be pop perfection."

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Americana UK Farrah Nov 2004 Americana UK Jeremy Searle

"Summery powerpop par excellence"
Recommended for improving your day."
7/10

Farrah 'Me Too' review in RiRa Farrah Nov 2004 RiRa Ruari Nevin

"hook laden, bursting with pleasing riffs, lifting sounds and harmonies"
" strong, perfectly hummable three-minute pop tunes and anthems"

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Fufkin Farrah Nov 2004 Fufkin Gary Glauber READ >>

"the kind of album you rarely find these days - a pleasure to listen to from the opening track to its close."
"a tour-de-force"
"Jez Ashurst is a great songwriter"

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Musicworkz Farrah Nov 2004 Musicworkz Stu Olds READ >>

"a fine power pop album"

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Qmunicate Farrah Nov 2004 Qmunicate Fiona McKinlay

"pure indie pop magic"
"give Farrah a listen"

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Get Ready To Rock Farrah Nov 2004 Get Ready To Rock David Randall READ >>

"this is refreshing...the perfect antidote to the long dark winter months."

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Whisperin' & Hollerin' Farrah Nov 2004 Whisperin' & Hollerin' Sam Saunders READ >>

"it's Power Pop, innit? And lovely too."

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Dripfed Farrah Nov 2004 Dripfed Steve Rudd

"one of the finest pop-rock records ever released in this country since time began"
9/10

Farrah 'Me Too' review in UKMIX Farrah Nov 2004 UKMIX Mathew Dixon READ >>

"If Farrah don't make it big, then a major injustice will have happened in the music industry."

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Fufkin Farrah Nov 2004 Fufkin Gary Glauber READ >>

"Me Too is the kind of album you rarely find these days - a pleasure to listen to from the opening track to its close"

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Losing Today Farrah Nov 2003 Losing Today Tony Engelhart READ >>

"UK's answer to Weezer"

Farrah Aug 2001 The Fader Tripwire READ >>

"Farrah walk on the hallowed ground of The Beatles and The Beach Boys"
"one big aural picnic"

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Classic Rock Society Farrah Classic Rock Society Terry Craven

"one of those albums that creeps up on you and gets into your head"

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Rock Pulse Farrah Rock Pulse Nik Scott READ >>

"Sounds cheese on toast with a double side order of garlic bread"

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Black Velvet Magazine Farrah Black Velvet Magazine Dave Cook

"a talented bunch"
"If you're life's needing something fresh and interesting in it then you need this album"

Farrah 'Me Too' review in Is This Music? Farrah Is This Music?

"delightful pop genius"

The Bad Machines 'Telling Lies' review in Dripfed The Bad Machines Dripfed Steve Rudd READ >>

"heart and soul underpins a genuine emotional integrity"
7/10

The Bad Machines 'Telling Lies' review in musicpress.co.uk The Bad Machines musicpress.co.uk READ >>

"this is really an impressive CD"

The Bad Machines 'Telling Lies' review in The Irish Post The Bad Machines The Irish Post Amanda Diamond READ >>

"quality tunes that ought to be played often and at high volume"

The Bad Machines 'Telling Lies' review in CMU Music Network The Bad Machines CMU Music Network READ >>

"'Telling Lies' has some emotional resonance, as well as offering a feast for the ears of those who take pop music seriously"

The Bad Machines 'Telling Lies' review in Is This Music? The Bad Machines Is This Music?

"pop genius, electro perfection and indie greatness in pretty much every track"
5/5

The Bad Machines 'Telling Lies' review in New Noise The Bad Machines New Noise Simon Hawkins READ >>

"welcoming background music"

The Bad Machines 'Telling Lies' review in Music OMH The Bad Machines Music OMH Tony Heywood READ >>

"Café crème airy, light, a style that is dreamy and wistful but not cloying or emotionless."

"Think Phil Oakey's Sheffield brogue that bridged the Motown meets Autobahn melodies of The Human League or Barney Sumners paper thin voice providing frag