This album never seems to get a fair shake when the Charlatans catalogue is reviewed (even the band members themselves aren't fond of it, apparently), but for me, they've never equalled the dizzy heights of their second LP. The bass-heavy production by Flood is pure perfection, and the songs themselves are dazzling-not a weak track to be found. It also boasts the most formidable one-two-three punch I've ever heard on an album: "I Don't Want To See The Sights", "Ignition" and "Page One" (the latter two, along with "Chewing Gum Weekend", are among the very best tracks they've ever recorded) would be enough on most albums, but the momentum never lags. More emphasis is always placed on the mid to late '90s albums, which are great themselves, but THIS is the Charlatans' golden moment for me. Since its release in 1992, I have yet to hear an album surpass this one. I never tire of it.