Hard to fault this album from start to finish, no weak links song wise certainly. From the very first second when we have a great build-in to the album, you know you are in for a fast, whirling, spin through the land that is Manchester Indie. ALL the songs are excellent, though those released from it certainly rank at the very top. It is also a great album because they kept their roots alive and showed how far you can come with simple, but effective guitar work and a fusion with organ-play - combining all the great ingredients of a timeless classic. This album converted many people back to British music and was there at the beginning of the Britpop explosion....... Still this album's popularity persists and it is, rightly, considered the best Charlatan album to date - well I think so anyway!