No Party People (24 Hours)

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General Information

Artist: 24 Hours
Title: No Party People
Release Date: 2009, October 16th
Label: Maybe Mars Records
Type: CDDA
Catalog No.: Maybe 24.1
Language: English
ISRC: ---
Credits: ---


Track Listing

  1. Fuzz (2:43)
  2. My Sir (2:34)
  3. Mr. Stevenson (3:36)
  4. The Earthquake (3:55)
  5. Underground Dancing Rules (3:34)
  6. Your Song (4:17)
  7. Everyday New Beat (3:23)
  8. He Gets a Feeling (4:07)


Reviews

  • (c) Source: Globaltimes

This is exactly the kind of release the Beijing music scene needs right now. Eight tracks in total and clocking in at just under 30 minutes, No Party People is (ironically enough) exactly the kind of CD you put on at a party to get people to stop staring at the walls to get up and dance.

It's not often that the frenetic energy of Beijing's underground rock scene is captured with such a meticulous attention to detail and professional polish, and coupled with songs written as skillfully as these are, the album is a genuinely upbeat, fun and pleasantly varied listening experience that will not wear out even after numerous listens.

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  • (c) Source: Beijing Noise

No Party People fails to live up to the potential that the band showcases during its live performances, not to mention the hype up press releases and reviews being touted by the usual suspects. Fortunately, both for 24 Hours and those who have enjoyed one (or more) of their stellar performances, it is on the production side of the album that things fall apart, and even these missteps are mildly intrusive making No Party People somewhat of a flawed gem.

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  • (c) Source: Daniel Shapiro, Cityweekend Shanghai

Clocking in at a shade over 28 minutes, No Party People is a collection of 8, tight and well-crafted, dance-punk gems that exemplify the band's knack for writing fun and unconventional, alternative pop songs.

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