I was a big SFA fan when Guerilla came out, & have to admit that I found it a MASSIVE let-down after the brilliant Radiator. It seemed - still seems, in fact - very rushed to me, like an album of (good) b-sides.. Do songs as half baked as "Chewing Chewing Gum", "Fire In My Heart", or "The Door To This House Remains Open" really belong on a fully fledged album by an band as innovative as SFA? Erm, nope. Though the handful of great songs on here are typically exceptional - &, perversely, hidden track "Citizens' Band" is one of the best here - the band are too often sidetracked into attempting to replicate the dazzling electronic freak outs of their live performances, which can get a bit wearisome when you're listening to it at home with nowt stronger than a cup of Tetleys. Mwng, the Welsh language LP they followed Guerilla with, is much more low-key, & a far superior successor to Radiator than this disappointing effort. Like Radioator, Mwng is packed with strong, inventive melodies, something Guerilla sorely lacks.