I heard Sober the other day and remembered what a brilliant song it was. Upon getting this album, however, I found that the dry, paranoid, funk-inflected hard rock contained on this disc now sounds terribly dated. At the time of its release, though, I remember them as being one of the few bands doing proper hard rock whilst everyone else was pretending to be an indie-punk grunge band. I'd like to try their other albums, so this hasn't put me off them and Sober is still a monster of a song!
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