I adore this album. So many gems, lyrically and musically. It was one of those pieces of work that, when I heard it, reassured me that I am actually on the right planet. The collection can be folksy, grungy, at times poppy, but always disturbed. From the quirky updraft of 'Willow Tree', through 'Cries of the Dead', the beat-up ectasy of 'Phantom Anthills' (what on earth is that about?) to the troubling and glorious 'Rabid Bits Of Time'. Not a foot wrong.