Ok, I'm a huge Leatherface fan from their hometown, so I am wwaayy biased, but this is simply great. It's not as finished as Mush, which came along a bit later, but has all the essential elements of classic Leatherface. Frankies voice is low and gruff and he often sounds like he's gonna have a heart attack, but the lyrics are thoughtful and thought provoking in equal measure.
I love this record: always have, and I hope someone takes a chance on it and discovers early Leatherface, progresses to Mush and Horsebox and then regrets having missed them in their heyday. If they play one of their increasingly rare shows, make the effort:go!