That this album isn't more widely known is nothing short of a cultural crime. Every track on it is a classic! I checked the credits of the album god knows how many times in the first couple of weeks after I got it because I was so sure that I'd known a lot of the songs all my life. You know when you hear a new song and very quickly you can't imagine that there was ever a time it didn't exist? That's especially true for the blues-y "Locked Doors" and terrifyingly catchy "Just be Mine". The genre of this album is pretty undefinable... country? - "Mountain of Regret"; rock? - "Escape Song" and "Do What You're Told To"; blues? - "Locked Doors". "Song for the Sick" has to get a special mention just for its lyrics (made up almost entirely of insults - and some cracking ones at that). Every track truly is a classic, but for me the real highpoints are the beautiful, soulful, lovesong-to-self "Baby, You're Out of Your Mind" and noisy-as-hell "Escape Song". In conclusion: witty insightful lyrics, big noisy guitars, soft soulful guitars, guitars making noises you didn't know guitars could make, file under psychiatric.