This is stripped back, relaxed album from EBTG on the whole.
Mostly guitar and drums gently providing a backdrop for, mostly, Tracey's lovely voice (although Ben gets in on the act now and then).
Less self indulgent and more commercial than Eden, it's still a million miles away from their later dance oriented stuff (which I also like).
As always some of the lyrics cut like a knife and Tracey Thorn's delivery adds to their poigniancy.
I'm on a bit of an EBTG rediscovery at the moment and this is my favourite album at the moment.
Shockingly I'd never heard the album version of Missing before (always the Todd Terry remix - which is here too as a bonus track) and it's like rediscovering a lost love is even more beautiful and warm than you remember.
Best couple of quid I've spent in a long, long time.