This is a review of "The Truth Is No Words" recorded by The Music. The review was written by Dave Sugden in 2003.

Taken from their eponymous album, The Truth Is No Words is the latest single release from The Music and includes DVD format, a live recording from their September 2002 appearance at Blank Canvas. Beginning with a cheeky, evil laugh from Robert Harvey, the introduction of the repetitive guitar riffage and Harvey's distinctive emotive vocal delivery exemplify the heavily utilised Led Zeppelin comparison, before the quartet take the up-for-it crowd further into their retro disco-tinged rock. Funky and danceable, this is one of the better songs off the album.