The Glitterati - You Got Nothing On Me - Single Review
You Got Nothing On Me
Release Date: 14 March 2005
Touring incessantly with The Kings of Leon, Jet, The Datsuns and The Vines must have had its effect on The Glitterati, as their new single You Got Nothing On Me is a dynamite-charged track that, after it’s exploded with a highly destructive effect, still smells of Iggy Pop and classic 70’s rock. The Leeds quintet deliver a great body-shaking angry rock number, together with B-side Skin Tight, another
guitar driven gem. Recorded in Los Angeles with ex Guns N’ Roses producer Mike Clink – the man responsible for Appetite For Destruction – their debut album, released in May, seems set to take on the UK by storm if it all sounds like this. Maybe singer Paul Gautrey is right in saying his band haven’t only got hype, but most of all good songs: in fact, we’re all waiting for The Glitterati to show to world their worth by playing live this summer at Reading/Leeds and T In The Park. And we know we won’t be disappointed.