Ok, this is a very wierd album, i mean pavement are inherently wierd, but this pushes it. Their 'pop' song structures and melodies employed in earlier (better?) releases, totally dissapear (minus a few songs) and seem to be replaced with mad noise and sort of, -not quite hardcore- but totally bizzare punk! but dont be fooled, its amazing. listening to this record feels uncomfortable, sort of like a nervous breakdown, its very depressing in places as well. We dance is a really sad song, top class pavement, as is grounded and grave architecture.Rattled by the rush and other more rocking songs sound perfect on this reissue, but its 18 tracks which is very long, and some seem to just merge into the next. I'd say get the reissue, because the artwork is amazing, photos are great in a bizzare pavement way, and theres some awsome songs tagged on, the ep released shortly after the album is on there and is seriously brilliant. plus some CRCR live tracks on disk two. Basically, a really important, brilliant, unnerving, pavement release, which for me, doesnt quite match 'CRCR' or 'S and E'. However pavement is pavement and its utterly essential. avoid though if you just like pavement because you think 'cut your hair' is funny.