When you hear a new album, there is a period early on when you are becoming familiar with the music and getting to like it; I think of this as the 'up curve'. Then there's a plateau, followed by overfamiliarity and then you stop listening to the record. 'Everything Picture' has the biggest and longest 'up curve' of any record I have ever heard. It is over-produced, long and noisy I admit, but the songs are each individually brilliant, clever, impeccably performed, and painstakingly put together. What a generous record! The intros and outro's are sometimes worthy of a single in themselves, and the imaginative use of 'found sounds', feedback and overdubs is unlike anything I have heard before. No wonder it took so long to be released. There is a strong sense throughout that the band loved this music and cared deeply about getting it right. They succeeded. They've split up now so there won't be any more. This is your only chance.