This album is a bit disappointing after the last two. There is no doubting that 'Guilty' was a classic and'Hi-Fi', although not matching up to this, had more winners than losers. That said, there are some truly great tracks here - Land of a Thousand Kisses, The Story of Harry Power and Henry Moore - the latter living up to the early promise it showed in a solo show a couple of years ago. The main problem I perceive is that Hugh seems to have become too interested in simplyfing the songs to make them easy to play in his Solo live show and, as a result, a lot of them are very similar. 'Harry Power' and 'Henry Moore' stand out because he has done something different with the musical arrangements on them. Do I regret buying the album? Certainly not as these three tracks make it worth the purchase price alone. Had I expected more? Yes, especially after the last two and because Hugh has mentioned this work in the the same sentence as 'Rattus Norvegicus'.