The sister album to the impressive 'Land Of Hope And Crosby,' this one is a mixed bag in terms of quality. The first four tracks are catchy, high-energy songs that suggest the unfolding a great album. 'Chasing Rainbows' is the poppiest, the other three are good rockers. Sid Griffin and his gang then slow things down in the middle. This isn't so bad. Although Griffin sings 'Apple Tree' badly, 'Santa Mira' and 'After It's Broken' repair the damage and offer some variety. Unfortunately, after this, the pace never picks up and the remaining songs are not so memorable. It's as if they had a few great songs, but not enough to make an album, so they padded it out at the end. Lyrically, 'Los London' is always inventive but musically it's lopsided.