It's a great album, by the way: 'Bury' is also pretty special, with a muddy live recording(?) bursting into a studio version of the same song. Hypnotic. Good lyrics. 'Slippy Floor' has an amazing, infinitely ascending riff and potent, sharp vocals. 'Funnel of Love' is a cover of the Wanda Jackson song. 'Cowboy George' is like a Western theme with a twist, which then mutates into something very weird. 'Weather Report 2' is probably the highlight and is pretty much unlike anything else The Fall have done. Again, the first part of the track transmutes into a surprising second part that is somehow genuinely moving and chilling at the same time. 'You don't deserve rock 'n' roll,' whispers Mark E. Smith.
These long, heavy songs feel really powerful and make up one of The Fall's best (and most cohesive) albums in recent years.
The vinyl version has two extra tracks: '986 Generator' and 'Get A Summer Song Goin''. Both are pretty good.