All That Glue

Sleaford Mods - All That Glue
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Based on 8 reviews
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Based on 9 ratings
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May 15, 2020 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
Louder Than War
Jason Williamson is the poet laureate of our nation’s underclass as Sleaford Mods set a swearing world record on this lively compilation of their greatest hits.
80
Loud and Quiet
The whole compilation serves as an undeniably class act by a band whose class identity is more honest than most.
80
Clash
Sharp, autonomous articulation combined with Andrew Fearn’s edgy, unpolished beats remain key drivers in Sleaford Mods land. Raw, real and humorous, ‘All That Glue’ is an important event delivering a conclusive overview of the duo’s achievements and successes at a time when there’s a real thirst for it.
80
AllMusic

A fine showcase for how Sleaford Mods boil down punk and hip-hop's frustration into eloquent outrage and anger, All That Glue helps the converted and newcomers alike play catch-up.

80
musicOMH
Sleaford Mods capture the nuances of contemporary urban British working class life and all its iniquities with rare accuracy. Their seething, resolutely unfiltered snapshots of a society in decay are something of an acquired taste, for sure, but there’s no-one else out there quite like them.
80
Pitchfork

All That Glue’s unearthed tracks easily punch as hard as their better-known counterparts, and each showcases Williamson’s bottomless reservoir of ways to vent spleen.

70
Exclaim!

All That Glue is a great compilation, and one that should please fans and newcomers alike with enough unreleased or B-side material to fill a full-length and enough strong picks from the band's past to give new fans a perspective on what to check out next.

10
God Is in the TV
They have been described in other reviews as “post-punk”. They aren’t post anything. Pre maybe. Pre learning to play an instrument. They are punk if they are to be labelled. The attitude and the limited musicianship. The “anyone can do this” aesthetic. Punk as fuck. Just without the tunes.
Igor_Bannikov
85
Целый час ранее неизданного и изданного материала от важного панк-дуэта, умеющего и в рэп — звучит все это традиционно, как ругань свихнувшегося пьяницы под звон ржавых кастрюль и разбитой гитары.

Во время прослушивания крайне сложно отделаться от впечатления, что ... read more
rich1977
71
It's a compilation.
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Track List

  1. McFlurry
  2. Snake It
  3. Fizzy
  4. Rich List
  5. Jobseeker
  6. Jolly Fucker
  7. Routine Dean
  8. Tied Up in Nottz
  9. Big Dream
  10. Blog Maggot
  11. Tweet Tweet Tweet
  12. Tarantula Deadly Cargo
  13. Fat Tax
  14. Slow One's Bothered
  15. Revenue
  16. Rochester
  17. TCR
  18. Reef of Grief
  19. B.H.S.
  20. Second
  21. OBCT
  22. When You Come Up to Me
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Added on: April 1, 2020