The Fratellis deserved to be remembered more fondly than for when naff nightclubs and cover bands bash out 'Chelsea Dagger'. It’s catchy, fun and charming. It’s also unoriginal, nonsensical and forgettable. On occasion, it’s actually borderline thrilling but those moments are too few and far between. Holding too tight to their past with their style, perhaps recruiting Costello Music producer Tony Hoffer included, limits what they might actually be able to achieve. Adults will still play it to youngsters and say: "see this? this is real music" but the bright moments on this album will go sadly unrecognised due to the beige that surrounds them.