This record starts off in a mid-tempo fashion with lots of overtones of bouncy ‘77 punk and Brit pub rock. Clear influences from Stiff Little Fingers, Sham 69, and The Jam along with plenty of hooks and choruses that soar. By the time the fourth track hits, things slow down a bit and more Americana influences become prevalent, made even more pronounced by the presence of organ which continues to play a role in most of the other songs. The vocals by frontman Tom Cheshire are two parts Jon Langford of Mekons and Waco Brothers fame and one part Joe Strummer with a ragged working class timbre that fits the music appropriately. Sometimes it strays a bit too far from pub rock to heartland rock. On the balance, it made for more-than-tolerable listening experience as a reviewer, yet did not peak my interest enough to give me a desire to seek out any other releases by All Night Drug Prowling Wolves.
–Jake Shut (The Gospel Of Rhythm)