Geezers Of Nazareth have steadily been gaining fans since the release of their brilliant single “Sunglasses”, which features the cry of an Indian beach seller, laid over a whoozey pop ditty, that just simply can’t fail to put a smile on your face. Along with another 10 tracks, “Songs On The Radio” is total feel good all the way. The opening “Rush Hour Blues” is one big contradiction, as it lifts you high in the sky on a Lemon Jelly cloud, & the following “Day In Day Out” comes over like Dodgy doing a festival stint, & having a bash at America’s “Horse With No Name”. The current single “Gold Rush” is here, in all it’s Hall & Oates / Scissor Sisters glory, alongside the swinging psychedelic “6AM”, the sleazy spiv grease ball of “The Geegees”, & the anthemia title cut “Songs On The Radio”. The Geezers Of Nazareth have got a lot more to offer, than just a great name.

5 Out Of 5

Reviewed By: Dean Thatcher