The prices asked for this CD show just how difficult it is to get hold of. I wouldn't spend such vast sums to obtain a copy. It's not that it isn't worth it to a collector or fan, but I managed to get my old vinyl version transcribed into mp3 (and cleaned up and I'm sure if you browse the second hand vinyl stores this is bound to turn up somewhere, or was I just bloody lucky?). It actually shows all the many facets of this band. From the really hard rock of "Loud Green Song" to the totally irreverent, bawdy, and very rude "Mummy" (A classic part of the stage act). So, if you know anyone who can get you a copy of this, by any means possible, do it. It's also worth pointing out that after Patto split, a band named Boxer emerged, making another very rare and sought after CD entitled "Below The Belt" featuring the very naked page 3 lady Stephanie Marrion spread-eagle on the cover. My copy did not have the strategically spray painted boxing glove on it to preserve her modesty as subsequent pressings did. Also got this put onto CD from vinyl. None of the great albums ever get re-released on CD....Why? If the record companies really want to stamp out peer to peer file sharing, then release things like this on CD!!!!!