The sixth single taken off Newcastle band Maximo Park's critically acclaimed album, A Certain Trigger, "I Want You To Stay" the album's melancholic love song, the lyrics reading like a classic Morissey masterpiece. With Maximo Park's album being the triumph it is, it is quite fair to say that any song could be released as a single, but the decision to to make "I Want You To Stay" a single produces a reaction of ambivalence: it is hardly a surprise - because it is in fact so damn good - but at the same time, it does seem an unpredicted move on the part of the band, since it has less twists and jerks than most of their songs. But perhaps that was the reason "I Want You To Stay" was released. It is as if the lads are saying, "Look here, we are very much capable of variety, thank you". If the The Field Music/J Xaverre Mix isn't reason enough to go get this album (which it is), it must be bought for "La Quinta", which is just sheer Maximo-brilliance.