The music on this disc could only come from Manchester or (of course) the other Brit Pop mecca known as Columbia, South Carolina!?! Yep, thats where Capital calls home, but they have all the swagger of the Gallagher Brothers themselves. On My Soul kicks the EP off in full Oasis mode. The cool distortion on the kick drum only adds to the boozy intensity of the buried slide guitar. Luckiest Man In The World liberally borrows the vocal melody of Jules Shears All Through The Night, which Cyndi Lauper had a hit with back in 84. Thankfully, Capital takes the sound back to the UK and leaves us with a pretty little story song that The Hollies wouldve been proud to call their own. My favorite track here is the catchy, memorable Invincible. This one suggests a rocking live show and hints that the band may have dug into Primal Scream a few years ago. It comes across a little more like Neurotica-era Redd Kross by these guys, however. The too-short 4-song demo ends with Sleep which is a bit more American. It falls from the same droning tree that Neil Young often harvests (no pun intended). Go see these guys and get a hold of the disc. Its a must have for all Anglophiles and a worthwhile listen for everyone else.