This album is a great buy. It doesn't quite reach the standard of "Different Class" and "His 'n' Hers" but there are some extremely well though up songs on this album. The album shows a mixed side of Pulp, the perhaps darker side with songs like "Love is Blind" and "She's Dead". But there is also a newer more sophisticated Pulp demonstrated in songs such as "Seperations" and "Countdown". The album is filled with an electronic sound that only Pulp can give, especially in "Death II". A must for any Pulp fan, and probably for those new to Pulp.