For The Masses

Hadouken!

For The Masses

Second album from dance-punk London-based five piece

ADM rating[?]

4.0

Label
EMI
UK Release date
25/01/2010
  1. 8.0 |   Q

    Print edition only

  2. 4.0 |   The Digital Fix

    On its own terms, For The Masses is a success, delivering the "hard and fast" album the band wanted to create. Where it falls down, however, is in the lack of dynamics and the lack of a stand out anthem
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  3. 4.0 |   DIY

    Almost every track feels like it could be used to soundtrack a club scene in Misfits, or - shudder - Skins
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  4. 3.0 |   Drowned In Sound

    Their conversion from neon toting party killers to hoodie wearing emo troglodytes will probably make them darlings for young sociopaths everywhere. For those of us who know better though, Hadouken! are simply never going to be as respected as their adored influences
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  5. 3.0 |   musicOMH

    Maybe For The Masses will sell to the masses by the truckload. But then again so does Susan Boyle
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  6. 3.0 |   NME

    Smith has evolved into the sort of lyricist who’s been set upon this earth to make Liam Gallagher look like he regularly does odes to Grecian urns
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