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Boomkat Product Review:
The hyperactive punky guitar pop of Dustin’s Bar Mitzvah has been gathering a following in their native London since 2003, but Get Your Mood On is the band’s first full-length offering. The album opens with the 'Parklife'-esque 'Artrocker' with Dan Treacy of the Television Personalities taking on the Phil Daniels role. That pretty much sets the tone for the hyper-cockney Britpop onslaught that ensues. 'Cry For Help' is a knockabout 'Cool For Cats'-type affair, that will entertain and make you cringe in equal measure. The most successful moments on the album crop up when the band stray furthest from their post-Libertines format, with the band’s Ramones influence shining brightest on the blistering ‘Johnny Said’ and er, ‘To The Ramones’. Current single, 'The Grass' is another winner, even though it could have been scientifically formulated to follow the zeitgeist, taking a midway point between Dirty Pretty Things and Arctic Monkeys. Despite being a fairly by-the-book indie affair, Get Your Mood On has the requisite charms to suck you in.