This album is so underated, in my opinion one the greatest lo-fi albums of the 1990's and even blossoming into the 2000's. For it's place and meaning, music and every day freshness it is remarkable. Even now in 2007 whenever I pop the CD in and sit in my favorite chair, I close my eyes and drift away in the music and words. The songs are sharp, short and sweet and I can leave all my troubles at the door. Stand out tracks are the beautiful 'Who's the one', the popular 'Don't I hold You'. The beauty of this album is somebody will discover a gem for themselves and there are many. Very floating harmonies and music I could only compare to Sigur Ros but noticeably much shorter in terms of length. This album is a forgotten / undiscovered masterpiece which I will long be playing into the NEXT decade.