5 Quantum leap from Buffalopriceade | 31/05/2013 | See all priceade's reviews (8)How the F the band went from Buffalo to this is beyond me, although Buffalo was a cracking album, this seems like a whole different band, such is their growth spurt. I can't think of another more complete album, and the second CD is a cherry on a cherry on a cake. There appeal is so broad reaching, for just about anyone who likes Tame Impala, Beachhouse, Besnard Lakes, Lambchop etc. And at times they have a similar type of sound, but the band they most remind me of is Talking Heads. I don't think there is anything specific but that is who I think of, maybe it is the musical arrangement, or the style that they play in, but make no mistake TPF are very much their own band with their own sound. If this isn't them at the peak of their powers then I can't imagine improving and delivering a better album. It is unbelievable, no filler, no duff notes, and sounds as accomplished as anything I have heard from any band at any time. I found myself grinning and shaking my head at how ridiculously good this album is.If this isn't at the year end best albums of the year there is something very very wrong. Faultless, timeless brilliance, this could have come from any decade since music began, and still have the same impact.Buy and add it to your soundtracks of summer.