I don't see anything wrong with copying popular references. The australian band comes back after 6 months of intense production and having to choose from more 40 songs they put together. The "Oasis factor" is all over the place as RS said, a direct influence from the time Jet used to be the opening act for them. Also a lot of Redd Kross (where are they?) and a mix of the commom new pop-rock. Nothing creative or new, which is disappointing. However I didn't say that this was their objective. Perhaps they were aiming just for a dance-floor CD and if that's the case they've got one.