Something from the pen of Paul Heaton is always a cause for interest and this debut from the six-peice from Hull is certainly an album of interest.
"You Keep It All In" and "Song For Whoever" are intelligent pop-classics. "From Under The Covers" and "Woman In The Wall" are two other very examples of Heaton and Rotheray's excellent song-writing.
What lets this album down is its cheap production sound. There is no bass to the sound on this album and some of the other songs don't quite cut the mustard. However this album showed enough potential for you to buy their second one.