I bought this album on the strength of seeing BSP on BBC2's "Later..." program early in 2008 and from the word go I've enjoyed it every time I've played it, even now many months down the line.
This album prompted me to acquire the two previous BSP albums; and damn good they are as well!
I'm gonna keep this brief. I'm not going to try to convince you to buy this album by harping on about how much I love this track, that track etc - though "A Trip Out" is my personal standout; that opening riff ;) (kind of like church bells on 'leccy guitars). Magnifico.....hits the spot every time.
Getting back to the point (and brevity of this review) - suffice to say that some of BSP's music has been used by the Beeb on some of their telly stuff - I've heard "The Great Skua" on a number of occasions, most recently on Countryfile a few weeks back (the band even appeared on that program a good bit earlier in the year). I *think* it was used on the BBC2 series History Of The Guitar fairly recently as well (and the opening bars of "Remember Me", from one of the earlier BSP offerings, deffo was if I remember right)!
If the Beeb like it that much that's high enough recommendation for anyone, is it not ;) ?