I heard this album back in 2002 when I was lucky enough to come across it in a charity clearance sale ( I worked for EMI for many years and the annual 'clearout' was a chance to find obscure promo's etc. for £5 a carrier bag full)! Since it has become a regular go-to album in my collection. This copy I bought recently was a gift to a friend who'd heard me playing it. He loved it and has passed the word on to other people. Thats the thing with this album, whilst also serving as a soundtrack to a dark Euro movie it stands up as a fine piece of work. This band are massive in Scandinavia and possess the knack of writing catchy songs with quirky construction that seem to delight everyone I have played it around. Check out YouTube for 'Transparent & Glasslike', if you like that then you must have this album!