".....Prince Rupert's Drops have obviously spent some time studying the classic rock songbook, and have taken the lessons they've learned into a number of interesting directions. Completely ignoring the quiet / loud aesthetic that most bands seem to rely on to create drama, PRD seem to have decided that they won't resort to cheap tricks where excellent songcraft and tight band interplay will get the job done instead.
"Plague Ride" contains everything that makes "Run Slow" such a success - a great riff and melody (equal parts Fairport Convention and Wolf People in this case), a memorable chorus, and an extended outro with fine instrumental interplay that stands favorable comparison to Jefferson Airplane's late sixties heyday at it's heaviest.
Elsewhere the ghosts of everyone from Jefferson Airplane to Thin Lizzy to Creedence Clearwater Revival are conjured with verve, wit and grace.
Very fine indeed". ( The Active Listener )