New York seems to be running an endless conveyor belt of talent at present. The Oggs ignore the more usual indie trappings of their environment and instead offer a pop/rock approach influenced more by 10CC than XTC. 'Alcohol' and 'Amanda Says' could have been lifted from Jellyfish's classic 'Bellybutton' album. There are great Beatlesque harmonies on 'She's A Revelation' and 'I Don't Know' gives a brief glimpse of new wave melancholia. Yet, on a generally upbeat record, the two standouts are the title track and 'One In A Million'; both superbly produced epic ballads. At the advent of their career, The Oggs were finalists at the 7th Annual John Lennon Songwriting Competition and the man himself certainly would have appreciated their gifts for classic songwriting.