If you dig how The Raveonettes blend various veins of 1950s malt shop oldies with mid 1980s Jesus And Mary Chain inspired shoegazing, you're going to fall hard for Glasvegas — especially upon hearing the fuzzed out, Ronettes inspired "Daddy's Gone". Before the Glasgow, Scotland quartet released their self-titled debut, the band had already garnered many a justified comparison to the Mary Chain (they even have a standing drummer). But Glasvegas bring much more to the table than other Mary Chain disciples like B.R.M.C. or Urusei Yatsura, a now defunct noise rock band that also hailed from Glasgow and worshiped at the alter of the brothers Reid. "Geraldine" pulses with a confident swagger and soaring vocals not heard since the first three U2 albums, and the guitars on "Go Square Go" recall Kevin Shields' at times. But unlike their influences, Glasvegas' singer James Allan makes no attempt to hide his thick brogue accent, especially on "Flowers And Football Tops", a song that sounds like it could have been released by Alan McGee's Creation Records in the early 1990s.