..this is a sterling piece of work that was criminally undervalued at the time, and deserves to be reappraised today…high quality songs to provide a sound with echoes of classic Small Faces and early 70s Pretty Things, Tubeway Army and a touch of Steve Harley…A true lost gem.

Record Collector (August 2005)

‘Hour Glass’ while retaining the short, sharp, almost Jam influenced post punk feel, is somewhat more eclectic than your average New Wave effort; yet is best appreciated in that context of the time.

Pete Feenstra. (July 2005)

…among the punkiest glam extravaganzas ever recorded…

Goldmine (July 2005)

This is an album that while of the late Seventies is a cut above most of them and any fan of the period would definitely enjoy this

Feedback (August 2005)


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