Divide and Exit

Sleaford Mods - Divide and Exit
Critic Score
Based on 10 reviews
2014 Ratings: #483 / 975
Year End Rank: #48
User Score
Based on 64 ratings
2014 Ratings: #187
April 28, 2014 / Release Date
LP / Format
Harbinger Sound / Label
Post-Punk, Art Punk / Genres
sleafordmods.com / Website
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Sounds like if the guy who screams at everyone in the bus station at 2AM made a record. This rules though, even if I'm not English and don't get half the references.
Incredibly funky and with tiny little beautiful harmonies in between the lines. Good to listen to, to talk to, to dance with.
Sleaford Mods is unlike anything else this year. Not quite hip hop, not quite punk rock. Most of the songs are about how they hate aspects of society such as the wealthy, iphones, and young people. The only negative of this album is that it can be monotonous. However, when it hits, it can hit very hard.
Sleaford Mods paint a cynical point-of-view of an everyday life in Britain, involving the state of politics and third-rate businesses, in their 2014 album. This comes complete with some banging bass guitars, witty wordplay and excellently constructed drum kit patterns.

Air Conditioning [97]
Tied Up In Nottz [98]
A Little Ditty [97]
You're Brave [93]
Strike Force [96]
The Corgi [100]
From Rags to Richards [101]
Livable Shit [93] (-)
Under the Plastic and N.C.T. [102]
Tiswas [100]
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Track List

  1. Air Conditioning 
  2. Tied Up in Nottz
  3. A Little Ditty
  4. You're Brave 
  5. Strike Force 
  6. The Corgi
  7. From Rags to Richards 
  8. Liveable Shit
  9. Under the Plastic and N.C.T.
  10. Tiswas
  11. Keep Out of It 
  12. Smithy 
  13. Middle Men
  14. Tweet Tweet Tweet
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Added on: April 28, 2014