Not actually listened to this album, but as a Faces fan I bought all the albums and know 80% of the tracks listed here.
The blues background of the Faces is borne out by tracks such as "Wicked Messenger", "Miss Judy's Farm" and "Borstal Boys", but Rod's agenda comes out with "Sweet Lady Mary" (readers may recall that he had a solo career running in parallel). The 'laddish' culture is inherent in "Three Button Hand Me Down", "Had Me A Real Good Time", "Stay With Me", "Too Bad" and "Ooh La La" (Ronnie Wood on vox). There's even room for a bit of jealousy in "Pool Hall Richard".
I was very disappointed by the exclusion of the well-worked "I Wish It Would Rain" (flip to "Pool Hall Richard"), especially as other 'B' sides ("Debris") made it. "Maybe I'm Amazed" (from their "Long Player" album) wouldn't have gone amiss, either.
There is always "this should have been included", but the tracks that ARE on this album represent an excellent collection.
It all fell apart in the end with the three main songwriters secretly wanting to do different things - Lane wanted to be more folksy, Wood wanted to join the Rolling Stones and Stewart wanted to write romantic ballads. Jones joined The Who, but that was much later, as was McLagan's sessions with the Stones.
Interesting to note that although they produced two good singles after Lane, who quit nearly a year before the end, there were no more studio albums.