"During their five years together, Razorcuts embodied everything beautiful about indiepop: jingle-jangle guitars, vocals whose passionate engagement forgave any technical shortcomings, and a romantically passive worldview that any cautiously optimistic young person could understand. Tim Vass and Gregory Webster looked like auxilliary Byrds, wrote heartbreaking songs, and dissolved the group at just the right moment." —Michael White, Rough Trade Indiepop 1