If you've recently got into Primal Scream (recent relative to the length of their career) like I have, then you need this album. I started off with 2000's XTRMNTR, which blew my mind with its revolutionary anger and massive sound (and excellent songwriting). Then I heard this. It surprised me that a band that had produced an unfeasibly angry album had, earlier in their career, produced the most 'pop rock' album imaginable. The only hint of the Primals that I knew was on Struttin'. Initially, overall I didn't like it. I only really listened to Jailbird, Rocks, Funky Jam and Struttin'. But give it a chance, ladies and gentlemen, listen to it over and over again, and you will appreciate the whole different Primals sound. With this album in the collection, Primal Scream have almost done it all: trance, hip hop, jazz, folk and rock. Not many bands can say that. All they need now is an orchestra.
In conclusion, I'd say that this was an important album for Primal Scream to make, I'm glad they made it, it's well worth owning, but I'm glad they didn't stay in this vein.