Features some of the best of O’Connor’s lyrics in a long time.
This record is one of the best of the year 2000.
Ultra-jangly pop songs that sound as fragile as glass sculptures and are just as pretty.
Every song is short and to the point, which is good I guess, but every song says the same thing in the exact same way.
I challenge you to listen to Songs of Latitude and Longitude and not get a little nostalgic.
The thing that keeps this from being just another Britpop rip-off is the amount of strangeness The People incorporates into their songs.
Confirms the fact that we are hearing one of the most exquisite groups of the ’90s, and of the next decade.
The album represents a return to greatness for DJ Cam.