Good, hard political rock, very typical for the late seventies. This record contains several really good songs, especially the angry and intense Blue Murder. And this record really sums up the moods of the time. Not much of the pathetic prayers for peace and love like the hippies, but a cynical, desillusioned and somewhat bitter view of both international and British politics and attitudes. Strangely enough, Tom Robinson was not entirely without a sense of humour, as in the biting satire of the song Law & Order. Perfect it is not, however. Not all the songs works, and I doubt that younger people can relate to either the themes or the way Robinson sometimes preach. As a piece of bittersweet nostalgia for those of us who remember the world in the late seventies, however, it's gold. Makes us remember that we once upon a time were idealists and a little bit radical, and that we once worried more about dictatorships and police brutality than new design stuff for our kitchens.