The Ideal Panic - I See Too Much Of Myself In You

A curiously archaic introduction from a Glaswegian band who only formed earlier this year, "I See Too Much Of Myself In You" brings to mind the faintly worthy indie sounds of the mid-80s, something like the The Icicle Works, The Mighty Wah! or an alternative universe where The Edge played guitar for Del Amitri. Referencing Razorlight in your promo material was probably not the best start, but you can hear little bits that remind you of Borrell: the choppy riffs or the Smith-y (Patti) snatch of reggae on "Say!"

Too MOR for the student disco and yet not quite striking enough to attract much radio play or mainstream interest, one suspects.



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