|EP by Tokyo Police Club|
|Label||Paper Bag Records|
|Tokyo Police Club chronology|
A download version of the Smith EP was originally available in the Spring of 2007 with only the first three songs and a different cover.
|Scene Point Blank||(7.2/10)|
Reviews of the EP were positive but disappointed by the release of an even shorter EP than A Lesson in Crime instead of a full-length LP album. Pitchfork Media gave a 6.8 rating commenting that "as the indie world collectively holds its breath for the TPC full-length, they first punch us in the gut with the Smith EP, a three-song, eight-minute release that could pass for a free iTunes preview."
RegnYouth remarked that the EP "makes up for lack of quantity with the quality of the songs" and "one listen and the wait for that LP will only get more frustrating".
Scene Point Blank and Soundsect.com both reviewed the earlier three-song digital release and agreed that it was "short but sweet". Scene Point Blank gave a 7.2/10 and Soundsect.com gave 3.5 stars out of 5 but exclaimed "At this point in time there just hasn’t been a Tokyo Police Club song released that hasn’t been good."
- "Box" – 2:33
- "Cut Cut Paste" – 1:46
- "A Lesson in Crime" – 3:30
- "Be Good (RAC remix)" – 2:45
Enhanced portion includes videos for:
- "Nature of the Experiment" (directed by George Vale)
- "Cheer It On" (directed by Sean Wainsteim)
- "Citizens of Tomorrow" (directed by Kyle Davison)
- Tom Gilbert. "soundsect.com review of Tokyo Police Club - Smith EP (digital-only)". soundsect.com. Retrieved 2007-12-15.
- Scene Point Blank review
- Sound Sect review
- Littlefair, Matt (2007-10-30). "Tokyo Police Club: Smith EP". CD Reviews: Buck 65, Neverending White Lights, Ween And More!. Chart. Retrieved 2009-03-06.
- Pitchfork Media review
- UKULA Magazine review
- Adam Moerder (2007-11-08). "Tokyo Police Club: Smith EP". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 2007-12-15.
- "Tokyo Police Club - Smith EP". RegnYouth. 2007-11-14. Retrieved 2007-12-15.
- Laura Lanktree & Chris Bilton (2007-10-23). "Tokyo Police Club: Smith EP". UKULA. Retrieved 2007-12-15.
- "Tokyo Police Club: Smith". Scene Point Blank. 2007-06-13. Retrieved 2007-12-15.
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