Well, I haven't got the re-mastered version yet, but I did buy this when it was released and still play it regularly.
This came out after the much praised Some Fantastic Place, but in my opinion it stands up to that very nicely.
Containing some of Difford and Tilbrook's finest 'later period' songwriting, ths is no longer the chirpy chappies of old, but more Chris Difford's examination of a world weary older man, going, as we now know, through some qute painfull mid-life crises.
It always used to surprise me that Squeeze didn't continue their run of hit singles for longer, and the single 'This Summer' MAY have been a bigger hit if it hadn't been released in September.
This also has one of my all time faves, 'Grouch Of The Day', a song that apparently summed of his wife's opinion of the lyricist. It can certainly be about me on a bad day.
This was the last great Squeeze album, and believe me it IS a great album. Some very ill advised line-up changes and a truly dreadfull last album (Domino) did for the band, but having attended their recent live shows with a much better line-up than possibly they've ever had, maybe, on a small scale, the good times, and good tunes, will return.