THE ON OFFS – Wrong Upstairs (CD & 7″ Singles)

Wrong Upstairs CoverRegal CDREG134 / REG134: 12th June 2006
1. Wrong Upstairs
"In a perfect world, there would be no inhibitions, we'd do things, we didn't even dream"
2. Your Loss
"Hanging out the window, tryna get the girls to, notice that you cut your hair"
3. Forget Your Head
"R-E-G, R-E-T, it ain't something I really wanna live with, I wish I'd done, I wish I'd said, the list goes on, well now the list is over"

'Wrong Upstairs' is the follow up to The On Offs' great first single 'This Town / Grow Your Own'. This time they've enlisted the production talents of Bernard Butler. 'Wrong Upstairs' and 'Your Loss' are like a harder rocking version of The Jam. Both tracks are good but they don't quite match up to the expectation created by the first single. However, third track 'Forget Your Head' is fantastic. It kicks off with a slinky Bass line and then turns into The Zutons playing that old familiar riff from 'Lust For Life'. I love the way that "R-E-G-R-E-T" is spelled out in classic pop style.

Here are two links to watch the videos for 'This Town' and 'Wrong Upstairs'.

54 Hours mp3
Conversation mp3
Forget Your Head mp3
Grow Your Own mp3
This Town mp3

The On Offs Website / The On Offs MySpace Page

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