I try to submit reviews for cds that deserve a wider audience (how do these top 100 reviewers get the time?) and this is one such cd. Likely to be of interest to people who grew up in the 70s, and in the UK, the humour and wit is irresistible to anyone with memories of such diverse 70s luminaries and 'highlights' as Blue Peter, televised snooker,Trumpton, The Liver Birds, Jim'll fix it, subbuteo, and those perhaps blessed with a slightly off-kilter sense of humour (can you laugh at a song which deals with necrophilia?) It's indie, abrasive-sounding, was obviously recorded on a bootlace, but very entertaining. If you buy one HMHB cd ever, and I recommend that you do, buy this one.They've produced a number of other superb tracks (eg I.T.M.A.) but have never bettered this collection.