I don't normally submit reviews, but I must take issue with the previous reviewer. This is a great album from start to finish - (ie: both Side 1 AND Side 2 on the old vinyl version) and ought to be in your collection. FYC were refreshingly original - contemporary British soul in the 1980s. Whilst not explicitly partisan, their lyrics often reflect the political mood of the time - such as, in songs like `Blue' and `Move to Work', the problems facing the working class in Britain's industrial heartlands as traditional industries floundered (and the aggressive acceleration of that process by the government of the day). That said, 20 years on they still sound fresh. Perhaps my only reservation is their cover version of 'Suspicious Minds' - to their credit they do a decent enough rendition, but the original Elvis version is so strong that any cover inevitably suffers in comparison.
The unusual band name apparently came from the title of a 1960s film. If you're investing in FYC CDs don't bother with the compilations - they only recorded 2 albums - this one "Raw & the Cooked"; they're both worth owning and cheap enough to get now.