Telegraph Switched On

Telegraph's second album is chock filled with songs begging for heavy college airplay. Simply put, the songs are, um, fairly simple. Poppy, comfortably short, easily arranged and able to fit most formats and tastes. The downside is that there isn't all that much to differentiate it from any number of albums begging for heavy college airplay. It's indie rock with horns, pop without much edge - it's not that the band is bad, but they aren't provocative enough to generate any real passion. It's just kind of blah. (Jump Up)