I Only know Soundtrack of our Lives from this one album. I got it a few years ago, after listening to it at a friend's place. I played it a couple of times, and then more or less forgot about it. Recently, I started listening to it again, and now I love it. Apparently this Swedish band had to grow on me. I now regard it as one of Swedens finest, together with Kent.
The atmosphere of the songs is profoundly '60s, but with the full sound of the '90s. Sometimes there is this massive sound of guitars and organ, but most songs are more introvert. There is a distinct psychedelic touch to many of the songs on this album, but they are never boring like psychedelic songs of the sixties tend to be after a while. This is an album that needs listening to in peace and quiet, high volume, eyes closed.
Many bands have gone back to the sound of the sixties, Soundtrack of our Lives, although sometimes reminiscent of bands like Kula Shaker, or even Black rebel Motorcycle Club, has managed to do this in their own, very special way.