Agree with what Jargou said. This album exites me in a similar way to early Yeah Yeah Yeahs; very original, full of attitude and creativity. Their newer stuff (both bands) is great pop music, but lost what makes this special.
It's a shame that they abandoned the amazing innovative direction that this album had. While Wild Young Hearts has its moments, this is arguable the better one out of the two (and the upcoming album doesn't seem really convincing, either). Whereas their newer music is more generic and had more 'mainstream' appeal, it is this album that actually showcases Noisettes at their most creative.