It's an alright release, no prize winner but it's not apocalyptically dreadful either. If you can pick it up cheap or cheapish then do, otherwise I wouldn't break the bank.
Both 'No Sleep At All' and 'Brixton '87' are not rich in terms of sound, what NSAA lacks in low end sound quality Brixton '87 makes up for, albeit a rather muddy sound with little high end clarity. It's an uneven fight with little to decide the outcome, both albums (Despite good performances, no quarrel there) have flaws and redeeming factors, but both albums are worth having just to fill out the collection.
Edited by Snaggletöoth (01/08/11 09:53 AM)