This is the more commercially succesful of Shed Sevens albums but most fans will tell you they prefer 'Change Giver' but I think this album just about beats it.
Infinately listenable from start to finish. 'Getting better' is a quality uptempo opener and the album has few low points from then on. 'Where Have You Been Tonight?' is a classic track dripping with style while 'Going for Gold' is one of Shed Seven's best known and most loved tracks.
Album closer Parrallel Lines wraps things up brilliantly, slow building and song writing at a level most people assume Shed Seven never managed.
A brilliant album and essential listening in the build up to their reunion tour.