"Smith's tender vocals are deeply moving... Smith and the Eaters have produced a gorgeously mellow LP to melt the hardest of hearts" Gary Crossing The Big Issue May 10 to 16 1994 Best album of the week scoring **** against "Erasure's"**. "The Fall's"**, "Tom Robinson's"*** and the "Doughboys'"***
"A wonderful record" Paul Anderson DJ. Radio Mercury 28 March 1994
"No, not the lad with the amazing dancing bear This is the other Simon Smith, the one who sings about the unfairness of society, naked sexual lust and the Scars of everyday life Smith's greatest strength, apart from a grainy rough hewn voice is this unflinching honesty. Perhaps most encouraging of all, is the fact that the emotions and feelings could belong to any sensitive human being, and that's one measure of a great songwriter" Johnny Black News & Record Review March 1994
"Chiefly remarkable for the power of Simon's lyrics and also the quality of his voice" Michael Cable Albums Review Daily Express April 1994
"what set's the songs apart is Simon's lyrics" The stud Brothers Melody Maker Jan '94
"One of the most lyrically dense and compelling collections I've ever struggled through" Phil McMullen Plolemaic Terrascope summer 1994
"Categorising [Entitled] would place it within the adult orientated rock genre, with a style reminiscent of The The, Dire Straits, Pink Floyd, Lloyd Cole, Leonard Cohen, Peter Gabriel and Chris Isaaks... with strong lyrics and a predominantly guitar based arrangements" Disabled Magazine Dec '93
"I've been bouncing around the office and wearing out my Walkman listening to some very pleasing sounds...Powerful yet familiar messages are put in a masterful way through Simon's lyrics. A welcome intelligence, in particular the understanding and portrayal of image....This is an album to join the others in your collection."
Kit Wells DAIL Nov '93
"Simon Smith And The Useless Eaters look set to rise above the swamp of indie-wannabes that clog up the airwaves at the moment" Adam Norsworthy London News Paper Group Jan'94
"I enjoyed this album so much, and played it so often that I had to get it reviewed."
Roland Humphries (Editor Disability Arts Magazine.)
"on first listening to this album I was struck by the perfect recording quality.. The first track sounds great... The guitar work is excellent.. it needs to be danced to!.. The beat gets to you... and your feet start tapping.." Francis Rwama Disability Arts Magazine Dec '93
"I believe that Simon Smith And me Useless Eaters have the necessary ability, stamina' and talent to succeed." Clive Dunn Contact UK. Jan '94
"Smith and the Eaters undoubtedly have an enormous potential.. [Entitled] moves fairly effortlessly between rock, punk and new age music, and there are even some rap sections." Michael Turner LDN Nov '93