There are thousands of Garageband-loop-based songs like those on Spare Ribs recorded with laptop mics on Soundcloud. Yet for some reason publications like Gigwise and NME had to make the album sound like a classic record as much as possible. Actually, no, they didn't try. "Stunning production," "scabrous lyrics" and "f--king faultless"? Get out of here, this nonsense is goodless. Sleaford Mods (or their label) clearly paid publications to publish positive reviews; it's a bribery problem in the industry that no one should take. "Three to four hundred years left of this capitalist orgy," they rap out of happiness knowing they'll be part of it.
"Elocution" is the best track only cause it's the closest cut on this album to feel like an actual song, and I like its satire on artists that pretend to be against the system but only suck its you-know-what in the process for money. Sleaturd Mods and "indie" acts like them are these kinds of people.