The much talented duo, UK's own Tractor brings to us fans of progressive psych, yet another nifty collection of well-written, superbly played tunes. All nine cuts were recorded between 1971-91. Almost as good as their 'Before, During And After...' compilation disc (see my review). Members Steve Clayton - drums and Jim Milne - vocals, guitar & bass are joined by keyboardist Dave Goldberg on several of the tracks here. The ones I liked best were "Average Man's Hero" (great harmony vocals), the beautifully arranged "Argument For One", "No More Rock & Roll" and the outstanding five-part twenty-one minute in-depth "Peterloo" (maybe the disc's best cut). Tractor may tour the states at some point, so I've heard. In the meantime, they're one of the several way-under appreciated cult bands with a good following pretty much in and around their home turf. A nice find.