Agree with the other reviews on here. This is Denim's best album by a long shot. They are really starting to throw off the Beach Boy influence here and you get a more flavoursome mouthful of Lou Reed influenced psychodelia, and nostalgic electronia.
It sounds a bit lo fi now (dated?), but surely that is part of the charm of Denim? Still this was before commercial succeess came their was with Go-Kart Mozart and broke them up.
If you are interested there is a documentary being made about Denim that has been in production for 13 years (unlucky for some).
Best track is the Great Pub revival, and Fish and Chips.