Really good to have this reissued (my original vinyl copy is showing signs of wear!) Chapman had steadily been moving away from the folk-orientated material that had started his career (though he was never 'a folkie') and this set is a full-on electric set, though as Andru Makin mentions in the illuminating booklet that accompanies it, it was happenstance as much as anything that brought Pique Withers and Ray Martinez to the "party" that the recording sessions clearly were. Chapman and Rick Kemp were formidable live and the material on the album is quite as strong as any of the material on the previous three Harvest albums. Rick Kemp's "Back on your own again" is a highlight as is the title track "Wrecked again" and the track that has worn most badly on the aforementioned vinyl "Mozart lives upstairs". There's dramatic guitar playing and Paul Buckmaster 'arranged' some tracks. It was clear by the time this album came out that E.M.I had not the faintest idea about how to promote Chapman - so they didn't and the tale of the aborted US tour is also included in the book. In order to appreciate this period of Chapman's career this is an essential purchase, and I find it odd that it's been left to a US based re-issue company to make it available again. So glad to be able to play it again!