Here we go again then. Another band for one half of the music buying public to get hot under the collar about, while the other half stare at the heavens and ask "Why, lord?". The Glitterati are yer actual rock band with screaming vocals in all the right places, guitar solos in the middle of the songs (where they belong) and enough enthusiasm to make sure that you believe that they mean it maaaann.
They claim that Guns 'N' Roses are their main influence, and as if to prove it, they've roped in Roses producer Mike Clink to twiddle the knobs. With him behind the desk, this single certainly makes all the right noises. Style-wise, The Glitterati sound a little like the Roses did when they started to write flabby arena songs and were well on their way to becoming Axl and his entourage of nobodies.
There certainly seems to be a resurgence of interest in this style of music at the moment, although quite how much of it is ironic interest remains to be seen. You get the feeling from that, after all the reproduction t-shirts are gone, and when TV presenters actually know who the Ramones are before name checking them, bands like The Glitterati will still be there. They seem to be in this for the long haul, and You Got Nothing On Me is passable. With any luck, they've got a lot more than nothing in them.